In an effort to make the seder more fun for everyone and not just the kids, we have adopted an on-and-off again minhag of going around the seder table and having everyone present take turns reading a paragraph. But it always get somewhat confusing because if anyone stops to talk or discuss or ask a question during the going-around-the-table, we get confused about who read or who did not or who's turn it is.
Enter the matzah crown. When it's your turn to read, you wear the crown. When you're done, pass it to the next person. So easy.
And super easy to make.
Draw a matzah.
Cut it out.
Glue it to a piece of paper to make a crown.
Remember to throw it in the suitcase when you're packing up for the sedarim.
Go ahead, make one. It took less than five minutes and it makes the seder, an always late-at-night and sometimes long and drawn out affair a little bit more fun.
Are you a Mom?
Of course you are,
your shirt is dirty :)