Guess whats finally here?! Seder night!! Talk to your toddler about the first night of Pesach when we get together with our family and friends for the Seder. One of the fun items we have on the seder table is the seder plate. You can play a little game with your toddler by first cutting out the pictures of what goes onto the seder plate, then putting them in a bag and having them tell you what it is when you take it out.
Choose 2-3 20-30 minute activities from the options below:
Have a practice afikoman hunt! Hide your little one's favourite toy in the garden/ lounge room/ balcony and have your toddler look for it. Feel free to play music in the background to get your toddler moving! You can do a few rounds to make sure your toddler is running around and getting as much exercise as they need.
Jump on Zoom with relatives such as Grandma and Grandpa and ask them to tell your toddler a story about their favourite Seder!
'Lotsa Matzah' - Tilda Balsley
Everyone LOVES Charoset!
1 cup desiccated coconut
½ cup raisins
½ cup grape juice
Peel and finely dice the apple and pear. Mix in the rest of the ingredients. Refrigerate until serving. Add a little more wine immediately before serving. For other fun recipes visit this site.