Friday, March 15, 2013

A Felt Seder Plate for Kids

If you ask Moussia and Yosef what their favorite game is they would probably say "Shabbos table." Really! They love to cover their small play table with a white tablecloth and set it with their play candlesticks, challah and kiddush cup.

Since Passover is around the corner, I thought it might be fun for them to add "Seder table" to their playtime. I made them this felt Seder plate to get started.

It's really nothing more than colored felt and a cake base from Michael's.
Clockwise from top left: I picked up a pack of these 10-inch cardboard cake bases--they are half an inch thick so the kids can't bend them. After tracing and cutting the gray felt I glued that onto the base. Next, I did the same using blue felt making smaller circles for the little plates. Although I traced the egg on white felt, I drew the other Seder plate ingredients free-hand. Each one was glued onto the blue little plates.

It kept them busy most of the afternoon!
Linked to:
creative jewish mom


  1. adorable! a feature of course, and wishing you a chag kasher v'sameach! I'm really trying hard to free myself of the slavery of accumulation, but it's so very difficult!

  2. I love it! Of course they're going to have hours of great playtime with it. It's so adorable! And including blue, red and green plates are fantastic, too.

    1. Thank you Karen--the kids are enjoying playing "Seder table"!

  3. I'm the Editor of Fun Family Crafts and wanted to let you know that we have featured your neat Seder plate! You can see it here:

    If you have other kid-friendly craft tutorials, we'd love for you to submit them. Thanks for a great project idea!

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