Well, I promised Vrouw_Jonker and TheOnlyMeCow that I would post the Dancing Matzah Ball. I’m getting so old I can’t remember from one year to the next. It’s not a Matzah Ball: it’s a whole matzah (but it’s a sh’murah matzah, which is round, so it was an easy mistake to make). Click on the above link and look in the top right hand corner where it says, “Click here to navigate with Mr. Matzah.”
This is a great site for children.
BTW, sh’murah matzah (meaning “watched” or “guarded” matzah) is the nice, round, handmade matzah usually reserved for ceremonial use at Passover (as opposed to machine matzah, which is mass-produced and square in shape)–check out the sh’murah matzah-shaped “Matzah Fly“. It’s always been interesting to me to note that the sh’murah matzah is the same shape, size, and (pretty much) thickness as the large, scored communion wafer broken by the Celebrant at the Eucharist in many churches. Coincidence?