I looked around the interwebs, and came up with some great ideas for the Seder:
#2 Miriam’s Tambourine Just leave out the bottle caps if you want it to not be muktzah
#3 Bookmark: perfect for keeping your place in the haggadah
#4 Award–Medal : Why not give one of these to your kids for saying the Mah Nishtanah?
#9 Blopens Book cover: Cover your Hagaddah in style
#10 Decoupage plate: make your own seder plate, and make a family heirloom
“I was just sitting there minding my own business, and along comes this Egyptian….”
And the winner of the free copy of my book, Frogs in the Bed is… Tziona! Tziona’s idea for making the seder fun for kids was to have, “Little tchatkes for each of the plagues, such as throwing cotton balls down the staircase for the plague of hail.” You can see the rest of everyones great suggestions and ideas for the Seder over here.
Time for a coloring page again! This one is a page from my new book, Frogs in the Bed. Just click and print–and have fun finding the frogs!
(If you are having difficulty printing from the JPEG above, here it is a pdf: colorpagehiddenbh)
Like the Free page? Get the Free App! Visit Behrman House to download a free, fun, frogs game for your kids (and let’s face it, for you, too).
“I always like putting myself out there, and making new friends–no matter their species.”
After a long day of hopping, it’s always nice to sit down and finally rest those feet. Wonder what’s on froggie TV?
Recital will be held at Pharaoh’s Palace this Spring. Please be prompt.
Frogs can enjoy fine dining, too.
(If amazon says it’s out of stock–you can also get it at barnesandnobles.com but also, IGNORE THEM! It’s IN STOCK on amazon–They have piles of books, we’re just having trouble getting them to adjust the listing. You can order it from them and you’ll get it in about a week.)