Make your own paper Seder plate

Created by Beci Orpin for the Jewish Museum of Australia, this downloadable includes a representation of some of the traditional Passover Seder plate items

Traditional Passover Seder plates feature a range of symbolic foods that assist in the retelling of the Exodus story each year.

Created by  Beci Orpin  for the Jewish Museum of Australia, this downloadable includes a representation of some of the traditional Passover Seder plate items: the shank bone (Zeroa), the egg (Beitzah), an apple (Charoset), horseradish (Maror), a radish or lettuce (Karpas), a droplet of water (salt water) and a piece of matzah.

You might like to create your own items to represent what your family puts on your seder plate.

The downloadable file will help you make your own paper food to commemorate Pesach – simply print out and have fun!

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