We love to mix things up and keep everyone engaged at the Seder. After all, the central mitzvah (commandment) of the Seder is the telling of the exodus from Egypt and the main audience is our children so that they can pass on the story to the next generation.
In addition to planning your menus, it is important to plan your seder too and include lots of ways to engage your audience. Here are 5 ways to have fun at your seder.
4. SPLITTING OF THE SEA
Instead of just talking about the splitting of the sea, bring out two large blue tablecloths (disposable are perfect) and let all the kids walk in between them as one of the adults spritzes them with water.
Make or buy this cootie catcher trivia game.
Please share more Seder fun ideas with us in the comments below.