Translation of Hebrew: Floor Shampoo (top) Cleaned For Passover (bottom)
Pop art inspired signs made from kid friendly gouche and corrugated cardboard are the perfect Passover craft to keep the kids busy right about now!
Kids love making signs, which are especially useful during the process of getting the house ready for Passover, as they alert and remind all that enter the home which areas have been thoroughly cleaned and therefore should not be entered with a sandwich in hand or a bag of pretzels! (Since all things or traces of things made with grains is what we are trying to remove during the process of cleaning for Passover. Truthfully, the only part of the house that really truly needs to be scoured from top to bottom is the kitchen, but most of us prefer to scour our entire house from top to bottom, as it just feels great entering the holiday with a ship shape house, as much as possible that is!)
Now back to the crafting— I remembered what a great job my daughter did with the giant toothpaste prop, and thought maybe she'd like to try something similar with cleaning products for some Passover signs, and voila, she did a great job, and her sign is now hanging proudly on her door, as her room has been cleaned from top to bottom and is ready for Passover!.
- corrugated cardboard, or any cardboard
- kid's paints, like gouche
- a black permanent marker
- scissors, hole punch and ribbon
How To: Draw large shapes of cleaning products with a pencil, and then fill in with paint, or just get started with the paints as my daughter did. Once dry, add details with a permanent black marker. Make a few shapes and connect them together with ribbon.
Hopefully the kids will love this one enough to spend a good chunk of time on it while you continue with the cleaning! Enjoy!