Passover Seder Plate Craft Printable

Passover seder plate craft idea for kids
Author: Heather
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Published Date: 04/07/2022
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If you loved our Passover seder plate coloring page, I have another fun craft idea for your little ones. Now they can color all the essential things on a Passover seder plate, cut them out, and tape or glue them to a paper plate. Imagine how excited they will be to display their handmade seder plate at your next seder!

Like the coloring page, this printable Passover seder plate craft page was hand-drawn by my amazing 16-year-old daughter. Just print it out and have your kids color it, cut the pieces out, and attach it to a paper plate you probably already have in your home. This would be a great activity for school too, so teachers, this one is for you to print!

They can use crayons, markers, colored pencils, or watercolors if you’re feeling extra brave! 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!

Passover seder plate free printable
close up of a homemade Passover seder plate

Unlike our Passover seder plate coloring page, this printable doesn’t include any fun facts about Passover and is meant to be cut up. This is one of those fun projects for your kids that should keep them occupied for a little while, while you are busy cooking or getting the house ready for Passover.

It’s an excellent way for them to get creative. Let them color the foods however they want. Maybe a rainbow lamb shank?! That might be fun!

We used double-sided tape for the example, but if you don’t have any in the house, you can also use regular glue.

fun craft idea for kids on Passover
free printable Passover seder plate craft for kids

I hope your family loves this Passover seder plate craft page we created for you. The best part is that it’s a downloadable file, so you can print off as many as you need. You can even print them off yearly and watch your children’s creativity change.

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!

printable paper plate markers tape and scissors

You’ll need:
Passover seder plate craft printable
coloring tools (markers, crayons, colored pencils, etc.)
a paper plate
tape or glue

steps to make a Passover seder plate for kids


  1. Download our Passover seder plate craft printable, open it in Adobe Acrobat, and print. Make sure to select portrait and actual size when printing.
  2. Have your little one color in each item on the page.
  3. Using safety scissors, have your little one cut out each item. If they are too small or you don’t have safety scissors, an adult can do this step for them.
  4. Secure each piece to a paper plate using tape or glue, just like a seder plate.
homemade seder plate with scissors and tape
kids craft idea for Passover

This Passover seder plate craft printable is easy to download.

If you love this Passover seder plate craft printable, 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 printable Passover seder plate craft page is the perfect craft project for your little ones to create and display.
This printable Passover seder plate craft page is the perfect craft project for your little ones to create and display.

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  • A fun activity for the holiday! This is an entertaining way to keep up with tradition and all you need is a printer, scissors, and tape.

  • I love crafting with tableware! Plus the kids seem to enjoy crafting more when we use out of the box items!

  • We probably need to make this seder plate at my house. For the first time, our pastor is going to walk us through this and we are so confused.

  • This is really cute! It’s such a fun way to keep the kids involved and participating in the season.

  • These printables are such a cool idea, I will be printing these out for my kids over the Easter school holidays

  • This is such a cute craft idea. I can see kids having fun learning about Passover as they make this.