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Rite-Lite Judaic set of 10-plush Passover finger puppets. A fun and educational way to involve children in the Passover experience with a puppet for each of the 10-plagues: blood, frogs, lice, wild animals, cattle, boils, hail, locusts, darkness and first born.

Customer Reviews

I had to fix one thing

 on June 20, 2017
By R. Fuqua
The kids liked these puppets. One note, and I’m not sure why it was done this way, but it appears that the “flies” plague puppet was replaced with a “wild animals” puppet. Since the plague involved men and animals, I just drew flies on the puppet and marked through the label on the bottom of the puppet. This is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 – I had to fix the flies plague. 😉 Maybe it’s a translation issue, but I had never heard of wild animals in the plagues.

Happy Passover!

 on May 8, 2017
By Creative Ca
These finger puppets made our Seder so joyous this year. Always a fun addition to our

I hit with the kids

 on May 1, 2018
By L Parr
Got these for my seder table and it was a hit with the kids

Visual learning guide

 on March 25, 2017
By tzipor
Used to teach 3 year old’s the events leading to the Passover – totally kept their attention and resulted in excellent retention of the individual plagues.

tips for using with toddlers

 on May 5, 2014
By Margaret Durbin
number one: don’t try to do it at the seder unless you get everyone at the table to do one – trying to put them on and keep them straight while having the one year old trying to see if they were tasty was… chaotic.

Kids and Adults had fun with these

 on August 7, 2017
By Peggy
Kids and Adults had fun with these. I’ll need to order a second set for everyone for next year…

A Plague on All Your Houses

 on February 25, 2014
By Direwolf
They’re not the highest quality, but all the plagues are represented, and it’s cute and cuddly! What a great way to get young kids interested in the Passover story.

Five Stars

 on April 9, 2018
By Debi Levy
They were perfect for the Seder.

Five Stars

 on April 23, 2018
By Sandra Walper
These little finger puppets added fun to our seder with our pre-school grandchildren.

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