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Frogs Here, Frogs There- What a Fun Seder Table! by Sara Kasten

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Frogs Here, Frogs There- What a Fun Seder Table! by Sara Kasten

No Comments 10 March 2012

Thanks again to Sara Kasten for her wonderful inspiration- Sara knows hope to make a holiday meaningful for all age groups. I would love to be a kid at your seder table, Sara. Happy Holiday, and please send in your pics from this year’s seder! Marlene


“I’ve always felt that an important part of the Pesach Seder  table meant including the children in the telling of the great miracles that happened when our nation was taken out of Egypt.  Sometimes after  saying the “Ma Nishtana” the very young ones are bored and distracted early on.  In order to capture their attention and bring the seder to their level of understanding, I decided to make it exciting and meaningful for them.  I purchased all types of miniature wild animals, pyramids, and frogs and scattered them all across the Seder table.  You can imagine the excitement that was had when the little ones spotted the table!  I also purchesed froggy hats for them to wear and before you knew it, they were hopping around the table and asking all types of questions about the animals. Both the adults and the children got involved with the explanations. The funny thing was that after the Seder, the older children hid the climbing frogs all around the house.  Guess who had the biggest suprise of all when I had frogs in my sink, my pantry, my shoes, and anywhere else you could think of!!   I’m sure the children will never forget this Seder table.
The rubber animals and frog hats were purchased at Michael’s
The pyramids and climbing frogs were bought at my local Judaica store.” Sara Kasten
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A Persian Passover Seder at The Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica

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A Persian Passover Seder at The Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica

No Comments 04 March 2012

Thank you  Djamilla Cochran of http://www.theroseweddings.com for sharing this elegant Persian seder from 2012 with Jewish Hostesses from so many different backgrounds. I am continually fascinated by the different Jewish cultures that span the globe.We all share the same Torah, yet throughout thousands of years of peace and persecution, history has allowed us all to survive, and express our individuality as separate Jewish communities. Beautiful! I have enjoyed posting this unique seder, as I hope you will all enjoy reading. Marlene

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This beautiful Passover Seder was styled by Marjaneh from Candybar Couture with lots of help from her mother Guity. Although, Passover is a Jewish Holiday celebrated for thousands of years, this family who is originally from Iran, took a very modern approach to designing the party. The party was held at the Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica. The second floor patio that was covered halfway by a beautiful white tent that was the ideal location to seat more than 70 guests. It is very common for Iranians living in Los Angeles to have a large number of guests at the Seder. They invite friends and lots of extended family. A microphone had to be used for all of the guests to hear the prayers!

The food that is used for the prayers, along with flowers were used as the centerpiece.

They included lettuce, bitter herbs, Matzos, vinegar and Halegh which is the Iranian version of Charoset. The highlight of the nigh is generally Dayenu where it is customary for Iranian Jews to playfully hit each other with the raw scallions. This tradition symbolizes the whips of the slaves in Egypt.”

Jilla Javaheri, Sahla Sassounian, Sion Javaheri, Moise Aghaipour during the Passover Seder

Persian ceremony of dayenu with scallions that represent the whips upon the Jewish slaves

Persian Rice with Saffron,

Chocolate Marble Sponge Cake with Rice Flour,

 

Guity Sassounian, Sohrab Sassounian, Marjaneh Etebar and Afshin Etebar

Nassir Ebrahimian, Sophia Ebrahimian and Pegah Ebrahimian

Dahlia Zakhor, Jasmine Zakhor, Rhonda Zakhor, Alex Zakhor

Sean Sassounian, Jasmine Sassounian, Shiva Aghaipour

Mandy Amini and Marjaneh Etebar

 

List of vendors :

Photography by Djamilla Cochran/theroseweddings.com  Djamilla Cochranhttp://www.theroseweddings.com/

The Huntley Hotel http://www.thehuntleyhotel.com/

The Party was styled by Candybar Couture. http://www.candybarcouture.com/

The Desserts were by Madame Dessert. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Madame-Dessert/128740397170724

The Catering was by Alfredo Catering. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alfredo-Catering-Inc/352678486239

 

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A Down to Earth Cozy Passover Seder Meal

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A Down to Earth Cozy Passover Seder Meal

3 Comments 01 March 2012

Thank you April Yvonne Abrams for sending in your authentic Desert inspired Passover seder pics from 2012!!!
“Hi Marlene,
I had lots of fun designing this tent area as part of our seder this year. It was like leaving Egypt all over again!
I just finished making these stunning Huevos Haminados!  Mine look just like the ones in your photos.  I can’t wait to present them tomorrow night!  Thank you for all of your excellent inspirations!
April Yvonne Adams”
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Three Fantastic Authentic Passover Tablescapes by Kineret Spector

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Three Fantastic Authentic Passover Tablescapes by Kineret Spector

No Comments 05 January 2012

WOW! Kineret you’ve done it again- I’m so glad to be able to help  share your wonderful Passover seder table ideas. I am constantly amazed at how one Egyptian-Passover-escape-from-bondage-theme can be translated into so many unique holiday table ideas. Thank you, thank you, thank you for inspiring us all. To all Jewish Hostesses – Check out Kineret’s facebook page BSG TABLESCAPES .   Marlene

p.s.- Attention a hostesses! Rememeber to snap some pics of your seder table pics to win one of 3 great prizes! Send PICS to marlene (at) thejewishhostess.com.

1- $100 gift certificate to Parci Parla- the fablulous table top shop on Kings Highway in Brooklyn. Kim Seybert, Jonathan Adler, Ralph Lauren Home, Coffee Table Books nd so much more!

Parci Parla Inc 565 Kings Hwy, New York, NY 11223

(347) 587-5179 ‎
2- $75 to STRETCH activewear by Jeanette Sabbagh- Jeanette can make sure you look chic while sweating off those matzo pizzas! Call her at 917-678-6000 for personal activewear shopping for every body size!
3- A Gorgeous Orchid plant by Shirley Barnathan- call Shirley at (917) 535- 8387 for all of your holiday and party flowers. Free Delivery in Brooklyn.

             “Hi Marlene,

             Hope this finds you well. I’m sending you some Passover tablescapes from years past.  Haha, no pun intended

Many Jewish families already have many of the kinds of items I used for this “Exodus from Egypt” themed table- various clay and brass pots and vases, and even wooden camels!  The palm leaves are from the plants in my front yard. Blue and black paired with gold and silver is reminiscent of ancient Egypt.  Metal bangle bracelets from the local flea market make awesome napkin rings. Finally a gold chain around the table with place cards tied to them remind us how we were chained together in bondage, and how we are bound together in our heritage.
Here are a few more ideas!
Covered Hagadot and flowers make an elegant spring theme for any Passover table!
Another favorite of mine, our Nile theme, with my version of Miriam and Yochevet looking on among the reeds (Ross finds!) Baby Moshe name card holders (below) add a whimsical touch for the young and young at heart!
If you like what you see please LIKE our page BSG TABLESCAPES on facebook for many good ideas.
Wishing you a happy and healthy Pesach!
Kineret Spector

 

 

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Announcing the Winners of The Jewish Hostess Seder Table Contest!!!

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Announcing the Winners of The Jewish Hostess Seder Table Contest!!!

5 Comments 06 May 2011

I just want to start off this post with a huge THANK YOU to all of the Jewish Hostesses that sent in pictures of  their Passover holiday tables. I can’t describe to all of  you how excited I get whenever I get a recipe, an email of encouragement, and especially when you share a bit of  your holiday with me and all of  the Jewish Women  all over the world.

Take a peek at all of the gorgeous Passover Table submission Pics! Click HERE!

The effort and creativity that went into these seder tables are a true inspiration to all Klal Yisrael. You should know that we have many young and newly married Jewish women reading this blog, and many have told me that though they haven’t made their first seder yet, but they have been inspired by all of YOU. Whether you used your finest china, a bento box as a seder plate, or even gorgeous plastic plates from Amazing Savings, it was really about the unique HOLIDAY MEMORIES that you have created, and will be remembered and re-told for generations to come.

The  unique and gorgeous Seder Table pics that you have sent in are  as unique as the beautiful Jewish Hostess behind them.

Originally Josh the florist decided to give $100 worth of flowers to ONE winner…. but we looked at all the submissions and I said, “Josh, how can we just choose ONE, so many were great...” so he agreed to 4 prizes, (which I think was very nice of him- don’t you think?)

Visit Josh and Co. Florist at their brand new location in Brooklyn, at 1965 McDonald Avenue Between Kings Highway and Quentin Road.

Judged by originality, creativity, most Facebook “likes”, most comments and emails sent to me as votes, the winners are:

With the MOST FACEBOOK “LIKES” and the most original idea for a seder plate:

Winner #1:

to receive a $100 gift certificate to JOSH AND CO. FLOWERS:

CLAUDIA BILDIRICI !!!!!!

Truly “out of the box” seder plate!

check out her seder table HERE

Winner #2 :

$50. worth of flowers from Josh and co. to:

Alexis and Sarah Mizrahi who set up their whole seder table as a surpise for their mother!

Check out A Seder Table That Could Split the Sea! Click HERE

Winner #3:

$50. Worth of  Flowers from Josh and Co.

Thank you Sarah Mamiye for sending in your elegant seder!

Her table that looks like a million!   shh… don’t tell anyone that the dishes were from Amazing Savings and vases are from Home Goods!!!!

Click HERE to check it out!!!

Winner #4:

$35 worth of flowers from Josh and Co.

An elegant seder that really gave her family the experience of coming out of Egypt!

Smoke (Victoria bought a smoke machine on Halloween and saved it for her Passover seder!) frogs, and a gorgeous table.

Check out Victoria Arnold’s seder HERE. Thank You Victoria for sending in your seder pics!!!

Winner # 5-

A Jewish Hostess Apron for April Yvonne Adams! Her gorgeous Passover eggs inspired so many

readers!!!  they almost look fake !!! check out her authentic “leaving the desert seder” HERE.


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An Elegant Seder That Brings Back Memories of Generations Past

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An Elegant Seder That Brings Back Memories of Generations Past

4 Comments 20 April 2011

Thank you Victoria for a look into your symbolic Passover seder! A family holiday is even more special when heirlooms from our grandmothers are used on the table. Extra touches like smoke (you HAVE to tell Jewish Hostess readers how you DID that! You must have picked that up at science fair!)  and frogs must have really added to the authenticity of  how it felt for our ancestors leaving Egypt. Your table  looks beautiful! Marlene

“Hi Marlene,  The cut crystal decanter is my husband’s great grandmother’s Passover wine decanter (hand carried from Ukraine).  The smoke is for the death of the firstborn plague.  Notice there are frogs all over the the matzo cover. Victoria Arnold”

 

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A Fabulous Bold Passover Table Setting- Remembering the 10 Plagues

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A Fabulous Bold Passover Table Setting- Remembering the 10 Plagues

1 Comment 18 April 2011

Thank you Kim Dabah for this stunning Seder table inspiration!

Succulent red roses, napkins and plates, inspire our holiday theme to remind us of “Makat Dam”- the plague of blood filling the Nile River as a punishment to king Pharoh of Egypt for not allowing the Jewish slaves to leave Egypt in freedom. What creativity! Keep sending in your Seder Pics to WIN $100. worth of Spring flowers!

 

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Leigh Klein’s Passover Seder Inspiration

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Leigh Klein’s Passover Seder Inspiration

4 Comments 01 April 2011

“Dear Marlene,
Here are pictures of our table. We have several children who attend and to keep them engaged and make things “fun” I include lots of props such as the 10 plague finger puppets (the adults usually fight over these) the 4 question finger puppets (one adult guest never took his off!) and frogs…lots and lots of frogs. I hide them everywhere and about half way through Seder they start flying. I found some little rubber frogs last fall and put them away for Seder, I folded them into all of the napkins as a little surprise!

Loving your Facebook Page and blog! They’ve been so helpful! Leigh Klein”

Leigh Klein

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The Jewish Woman’s Guide to Maintaining Sanity on Passover

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The Jewish Woman’s Guide to Maintaining Sanity on Passover

No Comments 28 March 2011

 

 

 

Dear Hostesses,

Meet Alice Chera, a very talented and inspirational woman in our community. This post is perfect timing as the pressure mounts to the PASSOVER COUNTDOWN!

 Sit back, take a deep breath, and absorb Alice’s valuable advice to surviving a daunting holiday that looms ahead….. Marlene

P.S. Check out Alice’s website HERE

 The Jewish Woman’s Guide to Maintaining Sanity On Passover

by: Alice Chera, CPCC, ACC

It was the battle cry of a weary Moses: “Let my people go!” It is the essence of Passover- freedom from oppression. So how is it, I wonder, as I stand in my kitchen sweating profusely over a frying pan in a cloud of Matzo meal after weeks of scrubbing my home from top to bottom, that the miracle of the Jews’ escape from Egypt thousands of years ago has turned into my very own 21rst century tale of bondage? What is it about the preparations for Passover that has me plotting year after year, my own escape to a desert like clime?

Now don’t get me wrong; Passover is a great holiday, as a child it was my favorite. But that was way before all the koshering, cooking, cleaning, checking, frying, baking, boiling, dipping and shopping was my responsibility. Back in those days, even my mother (an accomplished cook in her own right) didn’t host a Seder. Passover was a holiday so epic in scale that it was entrusted only to my grandmother, the silent and sturdy matriarch of our family. Peering into the kitchen to give her a kiss, there us kids would find her, clad in her housecoat, standing valiantly at the helm of the kitchen commandeering the stovetop and ovens with nary a complaint.

That said, it is no wonder the mere thought of Passover can strike terror into the heart of even the most seasoned cook and homemaker. Passover is the biggie. The Grand Poobah of all the holidays. For those of us who stay home for holidays, Passover can be a month-long brew of cooking and cleaning that requires efficiency, stamina and most of all, a good attitude.

So here are some tips to maintain your sanity and create your own freedom as you prepare for Passover this year:

  1. Start Early/ Pace Yourself:

Start early and start small, but the main thing is to just start. As the Nike slogan goes “Just Do It.” Procrastination leads to paralysis. If you give yourself enough time you can tackle the Passover prep with little or no stress. Organize one shelf of a closet or start with just one room each week and little by little things will get done

2. Get Clear/ Avoid Vagueness:

Sure the thought of preparing for Passover can be daunting but our fears loom larger when they are trapped inside our heads. Begin by making a list of all the things you need to do for the holiday. That means- make your menus and shopping lists and create an outline for cleaning so that your tasks are clearly laid out before you. Vagueness only breeds anxiety. Seeing your list on paper makes things more manageable. It shows you that there is a beginning and an end to what needs to be done. And as you begin to cross things off the list, it generates the momentum you need to keep taking actions in preparation for the holiday.

3. Practice Self Care:

The overwhelming workload and heightened stress in anticipation of Passover can turn many of us from human beings into “human doings.” Watch for burnout. Make sure you take breaks and check in with yourself to see what you need at any given moment. Are you hungry? Do you need a nap? Rest is critical. And don’t be afraid to ask for help. Delegating chores to your kids gives you a break and helps create for your children a sense of responsibility and accomplishment. Remember, no one wants to find mom face down in her plate once the Seder has begun. Not a pretty picture.

4. Adopt a Positive Perspective/ Change Your Thinking:

Most of us tend to look at certain situations through only one lens. If you have always viewed preparing for Passover as difficult and challenging, then odds are Passover will always be a stress- related holiday for you. If you can shift your perspective from “This is so much work, how will I ever get done?” to “I am learning to approach Passover with balance and ease” you might find yourself lunching with friends or having more space in your day as the holiday approaches.

5. Have Fun:

Alright, there are probably those of you who want to strangle me for this one. But truly you can get quite creative with your time at home and in the kitchen before Passover arrives. Why not listen to some of your favorite music while you are cleaning out your closets or frying up 10 lbs of chicken cutlets? How about trying on a different persona as you get ready for the holiday? Approaching the Passover prep from the stance of Ninja mom or Warrior Goddess can be energizing, productive and fun.

6. Cultivate and Attitude of Gratitude:

Remember ladies- whatever we focus on grows. If we choose to look at our preparations for Passover as overwhelming and draining it will be that much worse. But if you look at all the positive aspects of this holiday and the ways that Passover fills you that will be what grows in your heart. Think about the abundance that is around you that we sometimes take for granted. The privilege of experiencing the holiday surrounded by your family, enjoying a variety of delicious food on the table, the connection to our history and the freedom we as Jews have today. If you practice an attitude of gratitude you can never fail! Freedom will always be yours for the taking.

Alice Chera is a Life Coach who works with women to help them enrich their lives and achieve their goals.

www.alicechera.com 

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10 Ways to Add A Splash Of Color to Your Passover 2012

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10 Ways to Add A Splash Of Color to Your Passover 2012

No Comments 22 January 2011


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Jessie Steele Oven Mitt Green and White Damask – $10.00

Bring a vintage beauty to your baking with the Green and White Damask oven mitt by Jessie Steele. The feminine print is trimmed in green with a loop for hanging. Group with the coordinating apron to complete your look or for a memorable gift. Made from heavy-duty cotton twill. Machine wash. 7″W X 12″H.

 


Gloveables Fashion Kitchen Gloves Pink with Lime Dot and White Bow – $14.00

Give cleaning new meaning with chic and stylish pink Gloveables, dressed up with darling lime dotted ruffles and white bow. Thicker than standard rubber gloves, waterproof Gloveables are tough enough to protect your manicure while cleaning, dish washing and even gardening. Gloveables kitchen gloves are lined to prevent irritation and sweating and are equipped with a handy hang tab. Gloveables is committed to producing high quality, long-lasting products while providing ethical wages and economic stability to the people who help make them. And the price is right as a fresh fun gift idea for teachers, hostesses or thanking anyone who’s given you a “helping hand.” One size fits most.

Jamie Young Sea Glass Hurricane with candle – $173.00

(free shipping!) In a shade of aqua that brings to mind the color of the Caribbean Ocean, this sea glass hurricane by Jamie Young makes a striking accent on a mantle or side table. Sea glass; Includes unscented candle; Not food safe.


Leopold Scented Candles – Designers Guild – $50.00

Leopold Scented Candles – Designers Guild A rich creamy sandalwood fragrance is enhanced with citrus accords and notes of lavender and pine. Burning time 50 hours. Designers Guild offers an ever expanding collection of rugs, cushions, blankets, throws, quilts, towels, bags and home fragrance, offering beautiful design and the very best materials with an extensive colour palette. Established in 1970, this London-based design team upholds its philosophy to combine creativity and innovation with the highest levels of quality.

Passover Afikoman Bag, Pomegranate Silkscreen by Dorit, 9″x12.5″ – $23.99
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Seven Spices Wooden Passover Seder Plate by Yair Emanuel – $134.99

Yair Emanuel’s beautiful and unique Seder plates are handmade in a variety of techniques including hand painted wood, wood settings and glass. All plates are fully functional, usable and washable. The variety of patterns depicts Jerusalem city views, the Exodus from Egypt, the Seven Species, oriental designs, and additional Jewish motifs. This elegant seder plate is a wonderful way to bring more color to your Pesach table. The plate itself is made of a round piece of hand-painted wood depicting a scene with the Seven Species of the Land of Israel with paintings of pomegranates, wheat, grapes, and the other species circling around the plate with the Hebrew word “Pesach” (Passover) at its center. The plate comes with six small bowls to hold the different ingredients for the seder and they are decorated with the same Seven Species motif. Dimensions: 12.6″ X 2″ * Model: SP-3 * Shipping Weight: 1900gr * Manufactured by: Yair Emanuel
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Tips For A Kid Friendly Seder

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Tips For A Kid Friendly Seder

1 Comment 21 March 2010

Its easy to forget that the seder is really all about passing down our traditions to our children amidst the hustle and bustle of planning for the holidays.  My sister-in-law always makes the seder fun for the little kids by buying plastic bugs and frogs from Oriental Trading Company. She then asks Passover questions and whichever kid answers first-she throws them a bug or a frog! (bugs and frogs represent some of  the ten plagues) They love it!

Please check out chabad.og for a wealth of information about Jewish life and holidays! (Photo from: chabad.org / Reprinted from Chabad.org.)

When your Passover table is filled with boisterous youngsters who get fidgety before it’s time to recite the Ma Nishtana, the evening may begin to feel longer than those infamous years of slavery in Egypt, and filled with more tears than the salt water intended.

But don’t fret; your liberation from bondage is closer than you think. The following offers a guide of creative ideas for frazzled parents who seek to inspire every kind of child, including the wise one, the simple one, the one who is too young to ask and, well, I’m not even going to mention the fourth one.

Don’t forget to invite your children to share.

First, you have to set the scene; I always make my table child-friendly by setting the table with Passover paraphernalia such as plastic frogs, red water colored with red wine or grape juice (blood), sunglasses (darkness), ping pong balls (hail), masks and other and plague-related odds and ends.

Just as you invite all of those who are hungry, don’t forget to invite your children to share. Welcome your children to bring their ownHaggadahs to the table and share what they have learned with everyone else.

As you set your table with your finest Passover china and crystal, don’t leave out the most important display – the handmade pillows, sederplates and crafts your progeny created in school this year and in previous years.

Try to reward good questions, singing, readings and stories with something special. This way, they will pay attention to the proper place in the Haggadah. I have found that this technique keeps everyone alert.

Some people charge the children at their seder with the task of producing a Pesach-related skit. All the children can be given a part to play from the Haggadah, along with props, such as toy frogs and plastic bugs to add more realism and dramatic flair. The activity has the added benefit of requiring a certain amount of planning away from the table, affording the adults an opportunity for higher level conversation.

Some have the custom of marching around the table with either a piece of matza or a heavy load of items on their back. This helps us to fulfill the mitzvah of the Seder, which requires us to feel and act as if we have personally experienced liberation from slavery. Similarly, some people dress up like slaves and walk around the table to reenact the Jews‘ Exodus from Egypt. But you don’t have to end with your journeys through the dessert around your table.

A scavenger hunt through the Haggadah will also keep everyone on their toes; you can give your seder participants a list of words or characters to find as they read through the Haggadah.

One family I know ends their seder with an energetic round of the song “Who Knows One,” complete with elaborate hand motions. It certainly helped that they drank four cups of wine first!

When children are involved in seder preparations, it gives them a sense of ownership.

Generating enthusiasm for the seder can begin before the matzah and herbs are even brought to the table. When children are involved in seder preparations, it gives them a sense of ownership in the event. There are little jobs you can give them to help prepare, such as getting the salt water and bitter herbs ready. It may even encourage them to stick around at the table longer.

One family I know prepares a treasure hunt in advance, with clues to finding their missing afikomen. The adults are forced to participate whether they like it or not because without the afikomen, the seder cannot be completed.

If you successfully follow some of the suggestions above, you might get the ultimate compliment at the end of the meal. The children just might say, “Next Year–at your table–in Jerusalem.”

Other suggestions:

  • Paper bag dramatics. You can make parts of the Haggadah come alive by giving kids a bag of random materials. They must act out the part of the Haggadah using the materials. This can be done for the Ten Plagues as well.
  • Make the Ten Plagues come alive by throwing something out on the table for each one. For blood, put colored cups of water around the table. For frogs, throw around little toy frogs, etc.
  • Act out traditional Passover songs, such as Dayenu.
  • Dress up in robes or sheets to create the look of slaves.
  • Create a scavenger hunt out of the frogs that you have hidden around the house during the day.
  • Jump over a low bucket filled with water to recreate the splitting of the sea.
  • Get some sacks for the kids to pull around; fill with water bottles and then reenact the exodus from Egypt.
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