Passover Seders are a great time for fun with family and friends, meaningful discussion, and of course, storytelling! Here are a few camp-y ways you can contribute to your Seder this year!

Fun!

When it’s time to invite Eliyahu to drink from his cup, send your guests (or the kids at your Seder) to the door to let him in. Have one person stay back to drop a tablet of Alka Seltzer in his Kiddush cup (and place a plate underneath his cup to keep the table clean). Invite your guests – and Eliyahu – back to the table and watch their excitement as they witness the prophet himself drinking from his cup!

Sing!

Tell the story of Passover with parodies to tunes from Sound of Music, Mary Poppins, and more!

Discuss!

Jewish life is all about asking questions, right? Try these 20 table topics for your Seder.

Play!

Have kids at your Seder? Guests who don’t yet know each other? At the start of your Seder, give guests time to work in small groups together using Play Doh to mold a scene from the story of exodus. Everyone can present theirs to the group, then use them as centerpieces on your table for the rest of the Seder.

Chag Sameach!