Kids engage in a variety of art and craft activities on Passover. Read on to find some interesting and amazing children’s craft ideas for Pesach.
Passover Crafts for Kids
Passover is a festive occasion that is celebrated with great spirit and fervor by all the Jews of the world. It is the time when the Jewish communities indulge in making merriment and feasting. Passover is also the time when kids engage in artistic and creative activities and churn out beautiful pieces of crafts, themed on the holiday. There are many craft options and ideas that can be tried for Passover. Teachers can also use these ideas to encourage students to take up crafts in schools. Below given are some extremely interesting and amazing ideas for Pesach crafts for children. Read on and take your pick!
Fun Passover Crafts for Kids
The Groundhog Craft
- Thick White Paper
- Thick Brown Paper
- Green Paper
- One Popsicle Stick
- Markers & Crayons
- Take a piece of white paper of any size. Just make sure that it is longer than your Popsicle stick.
- Take another piece of paper, which is about 1/3rd of the length of the previous paper, but has the same width.
- Draw out the face of a groundhog on the brown paper, using a marker.
- Cut the face of the ground hog neatly and glue it on the Popsicle stick.
- Below the stick, glue a rectangular strip of brown paper vertically.
- Glue the white paper sheet on the top of the brown paper, while leaving space in the centre for the groundhog on the Popsicle stick. The ground hog should comfortably slide up and down.
- Make the grass shapes in green paper and cut them out. Glue them on the picture.
- Decorate the rest of the picture using crayons.
- Cold Coffee/Tea (about 1/2 cup)
- Piece Of White Paper
- Blow Dryer
- Some Markers
- Take a piece of good quality white paper and rip off its edges from all sides.
- Crumple the paper up into a ball, as tightly as you can.
- Now, flatten out the paper again and spread it on a cookie sheet or plate.
- Pour tea or coffee over the paper. Spread it on the entire paper with your hands, to make sure no part is left out.
- Allow the tea or coffee to sit on the paper for about 5 minutes.
- Pour the coffee or tea off into the sink.
- Use a hand held blow dryer to dry the paper for about 5 minutes. When the paper has dried completely, switch off the blow dryer.
- Write the Ten Commandments on their parchment. You can get this artwork laminated or framed and keep it in your living room for the Passover week.
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