The Ten Plagues is a key part of the Seder. Moses asked Pharoah to “Let my people go” but Pharoah refused to let the Hebrew Slaves free. As a result, God sent Ten Plagues to persuade Pharaoh to change his mind. The Ten Plagues were: blood, frogs, live, rice, flies, cattle disease, boils, hail, locusts, darkness, and slaying of the first born.
At our Seder, we like to recite the Plagues and have the kids act out the plagues using puppets and masks. It is a fun way to engage the children during the Seder.
Here are some fun plagues puppets and toys that can be used in a way to get the kids involved.