The six items on a traditional seder plate are:
1. Maror: This is a bitter herb, usually horseradish, that represents the bitterness of slavery.
2. Charoset: This is a sweet mixture of chopped apples, nuts, and wine that represents the mortar used by the Israelites to build the pyramids.
3. Karpas: This is a vegetable, usually parsley, that is dipped in saltwater to represent the tears shed by the Israelites during their slavery.
4. Zeroa: This is a roasted shank bone or chicken wing that represents the Paschal lamb that was sacrificed and eaten during the original Passover.
5. Beitzah: This is a roasted egg that represents the cycle of life and rebirth.
6. Chazeret: This is a second bitter herb, usually romaine lettuce, that is eaten during the seder meal.
These six items are placed on a special plate called the seder plate, which is typically made of ceramic or silver. During the seder, the leader of the ceremony will explain the significance of each item on the seder plate and how it relates to the Passover story. The seder plate serves as a visual reminder of the Israelites' journey from slavery to freedom and helps to make the Passover story come alive for those celebrating the holiday.