McSeder Happy Meal
Submitted By: Alan Ranzer
It’s not always easy to get young children to sit quietly at the seder table. But now you can keep them happily occupied by putting a McSeder Happy Meal at each child’s place. Fill paper lunch bags with any or all of the following items: Crayons, markers, stickers, rubber frogs and other toys and items that represent the 10 Plagues, small games and puzzle pages, peanut butter and jelly or cheese sandwiches on matzo, cut up veggies apple slices, etc… During the seder the children can decorate their bags, make puppets, munch on the snacks and play games quietly at their seats. It’s win/win for everyone and a fun way to keep the little ones busy while you hide the Afikomen!
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