At sunset on April 18 Jewish families everywhere will sit down to retell the long and complicated story of Passover. Children play a vital role in this process, asking important questions and finding a hidden matzoh. There aren't a ton of Passover toys on the market, but this bowling set stands out for being both witty and quite weird.
Each pin of the handpainted wooden bowling set represents one of the ten plagues of Egypt from the book of Exodus: blood, frogs, lice, gnats, livestock disease, boils, thunder, locusts, darkness and the death of the first born. The set is simultaneously cute and grim, but gets bonus points for year-round functionality. $25 for a set of ten pins and two bowling balls in a mesh bag at jewishsource.com.