Make a hopscotch grid outside with sidewalk chalk or inside with masking tape. Create 15 sections, and label each with a number and description for the 15 parts of the seder as directed below. Give each child a plastic frog or other marker and let them go through the grid, tossing their frogs on each section in order and pantomiming the activity described while standing in the numbered section.
1. Wine Blessings
Pretend to hold a cup and say a blessing, then taste the sweet juice.
Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech haolam, borei p'ri hagafen.
2. Wash Your Hands
Pretend to wash your hands.
3. Dip Greens in Salt Water
Pretend to dip something small in a dip and then munch it with a crunch.
4. Break Middle Matzah
Pretend to break matzah and put a piece in your pocket, called the afikoman.
5. Open the Haggadah
Pretend to open a book, share one thing you know about Passover or its story, and ask one question about Passover.
6. Wash Hands Again
Pretend to wash hands and this time say (or read) the blessing.
Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech haolam, asher kid'shanu b'mitzvotav v'tzivanu al netilat yadayim.
7. Say "Ha-Motzi"
Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech haolam, Hamotzi lechem min haaretz.
8. Eat a Piece of Matzah
Pretend to eat something crunchy and crumbly.
9. Taste Bitter Herbs
Make a face like you just tasted something bitter.
10. Make a Hillel Sandwich
Pretend to scoop two toppings onto a matzah cracker and take a bite.
11. The Meal is Served
Name your favorite Passover food. Say, "My compliments to the chef!"
12. Take the Afikoman from Your Pocket
Pretend to have a bite for dessert.
13. Grace After The Meal
Say "thank you" to acknowledge having plenty of food to eat.
14. Sing a Favorite Happy Song
Or, learn a Passover song.
15. This Concludes the Seder
Say, "Next year in Jerusalem!"
Seder means order and each of the 15 steps of the seder is done in a specific order. You've just done a five minute seder!