The Spring Feasts are upon us! Included on this page are craft ideas to get ready for Passover. COMING SOON: Passover Haggadah, Celebrating First Fruits and Counting the Omer activities! Enjoy and Chag Sameach Pesach!
Just as the Israelites covered their door posts in the blood of the lamb, we like to cover our door posts in red to remind us of the sacrifice…both of the Lamb and our Messiah. This craft also combines the Counting of the Omer! Find it here.
While the first Passover was eaten in haste, all subsequent Passovers are eaten at a leisurely pace, reclined in comfort. We thought it would be fun for each of our kiddos to design and create a Passover pillow for their spot at the Seder table. Find this craft here!
This is one of my favorite traditions, full of Mesisanic fulfillment and prophecy, that often gets “passed” over. I hope this post helps you see the beauty of this tradition and encourages you to incorporate it into your Passover celebration this year! Find it here.
I think the Afikomen is my favorite Passover tradition! Afikomen is greek for “that which comes after” or, “dessert“. How much this activity points to the Messiah is so amazing! Find this craft here!