Grandma’s Perfect Passover Presents, Recipe and Activities

The best Grandma times are those where we do something together with our grandchildren.  Cleanup is always a priority.  Consider a different Passover present this year–a personalized chef’s apron and cook’s hat.  You can find an adorable version and personalize it with “Grandma’s (or your special name) Helper” by clicking here.

The Stationary Studio is giving a discount with coupon code SPRING2013 until April 1.

Modern Tribe has a Passover apron with a matzoh brie recipe on it for $12. You can check it out by clicking here.

Do not forget the baby.  There is a great inexpensive Passover bib at Amazon which you can click here to see. Got Matzah? – Jewish Passover Baby Bib

Modern Tribe has modern versions of Passover bibs for $12-18. You can click here to see the first one and click here to see the second one..

This Grandma’s favorite Passover recipe to make with grandchildren is chocolate covered matzo. This recipe comes from my oldest grandchildren’s other grandma and is a family favorite each year.  Remember to cover your kitchen with old towels for easy cleanup.  Remember to take lots of pictures for the annual picture album.

 Chocolate covered Matzo Candy

  •  6 sheets of matzoh
  • 12 ounces semi sweet chocolate bits
  • 2 sticks of butter
  • 1 cup sugar

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.  Arrange the matzoh on the cookie sheet and break the sheets to cover the cookie pan completely.  Melt the butter and sugar in a pan and bring to a boil stirring constantly.  Boil for about one minute.  Pour the mixture over the matzoh and spread evenly.  Bake at 350 degrees for 6 minutes.  Remove from the oven and sprinkle with the chocolate bits.  Wait one to two minutes and as the chocolate melts, spread evenly over the caramel mixture.  Refrigerate until firm.  Before serving, break into small pieces.

 Chabadkids has lots of games and activities to do with grandchildren: find them by clicking here.

There are Passover word searches that you can run off at home at TorahTots.

Grandma’s favorite website for Jewish related gifts is www.  Everything is reasonably priced for special Passover fun.  There are individual children’s Seder plates for $3.50.  This Grandma has the ten plagues finger puppets for $6.  We bring them out each year at the Seder. Find them here

Try their reusable Passover stickers and sticker book for $4. Find them by clicking here.

On Seder night, to keep the children quiet and busy before the Seder begins, we pull out crayons and markers and let the children color placemats from Modern Tribe.  Twelve placemats to color for $8.95. You can click here to find them.

Books from Grandma are always a good present.

This Grandma loves touch and feel books and there is one for Passover. This one is a favorite. A Touch of Passover (A Touch and Feel Book)

There is a great board book for Passover. Lotsa Matzah (Passover) (Very First Board Books)

If your grandchild does not have a book about the story of Passover, here is a good paperback book. Let My People Go!

Remember to write a personal message in the inside cover, and be sure to include the year.  These books for special holidays will be passed down to your great grandchildren and you will be remembered with




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