Sedar Plate Craft

Tonight is the first night of Passover, and since we are a duel holiday house I thought I would celebrate both it and Easter by a week of projects for both! Each day I hope to post an activity, craft or recipe to celebrate and enjoy both Passover and Easter!
Tonight I am going to start with the Seder plates I made with my baby class because you typically have a Seder on each of the first two nights of Passover.
It is cute right?!
Click “Read More” to find out how I made it!

First I picked up some clear glass plates from the dollar store. Then the children collaged tissue paper on the back of them with regular glue. When they were dry I went over them with a thick coat of Mod Podge to seal it all. 
Then I found a coloring page with all of the items you put on the Seder plate and the children colored them and I cut them out and laminated them. Once they were cut out again, I glued them onto the top of the plate.
Now these are not any type of washer safe, it is just how it goes, but they are cute. If they are going to be used (which we will use Avery’s) then you get little cups to put the items in and then you can toss or wash those.


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One Response to Sedar Plate Craft

  1. Andrea April 19, 2011 at 5:02 am #

    Cute idea!