As promised, I have more Passover goodness coming your way this week. While you’re all snacking on the Passover snack crack that I posted yesterday, I have a fun little activity for you! This Passover seder plate coloring page is fun for the kids to color and display at your next seder!
This adorable printable Passover seder plate was hand-drawn by my amazing 16-year-old daughter. All you have to do is print it and have your kids color it. This would be a great activity for school, too, so teachers, this one is for you to print as well!
They can use crayons, markers, colored pencils, or if you’re feeling extra brave, watercolors! Don’t worry if they make a mistake. You can print out another one! Don’t forget to write the date on it so you can look back on it years from now!
Funny story: As we were creating this Passover seder plate coloring page, I couldn’t remember the sixth item on the seder plate. It’s a mixture of my age and not having had an official Passover seder in so long.
I took to Google, where I saw things like potatoes and lettuce, and I know for sure those things were never on my Nana and Papa’s seder plate.
I called my cousin and asked her. She asked her parents. I texted my best friend, and she called her Mom. My cousin texted one of her Jewish friends. None of us could remember the 6th item. We all remember saltwater, but that was not shown on any of the seder plates I was pulling up, so we figured that wasn’t it.
Everyone told me that there are only five things, but everything I read said the seder plate holds at least six of the ritual items discussed during the seder: the shank bone, karpas, chazeret, charoset, maror, and egg.
While we still don’t remember, I decided to include what seemed to be the most common: lettuce on our Passover seder plate coloring page.
Whether your family includes lettuce on your seder plate, you’ll still love this printable coloring page we put together. The best part is that it’s a downloadable file, so you can print off as many as you need. You can print them off yearly and watch your children’s creativity change.
We’ve even included four fun facts about Passover, so it’s both educational and fun!
Once your little ones have finished their Passover seder plate, if you post a photo on social media, we’d love for you to tag @thesupermomlife and encourage others to join in the fun!
This Passover seder plate coloring page is easy to download. Just click Seder Plate Coloring Page.
If you love this Passover seder plate coloring page, check out our other printables. We have some for all occasions, with lots more coming soon!
I wish you and your family a Happy Passover. May this year bring you joy and love.
Don’t forget to check out our other Passover recipes and crafts!
This is so cool. I love coloring before. I used to spend hours, hahah.
This is nice and a great way to discuss Passover to the kids. Thank you for sharing this. I am pretty sure my girls would enjoy this activity.
Love it! What a cute way to help engage the kids in an educational way.