The Jewish holidays have never been more fun! Learn about the Jewish holidays with this new activity-packed fun book. In this workbook format, young children will spend hours preparing for the holidays. Before the Shabbat candles are set--create a Shabbat table placemat. Before the apples and honey are dipped--fashion a Rosh Hashanah card. Before the matzah is broken--decorate a Passover seder plate. Each activity is intended to give a sense of the traditions associated with each holiday and to attach personal meaning to each one. So use your imagination and discover the wonders of the Jewish holidays through coloring, crafts, games and more.
Ideal learning tool for classroom and home use
Appropriate for primary grades
Includes a brief description of the holidays and glossary
Great range of holidays including Rosh Hodesh and L'ag B'omer
From the first notes of this remarkable recording you'll know it's not the "same old Chanukah music." With joyful exuberance, Julie Silver brings a refreshing new sound to many of our Chanukah favorites. Weaving threads of rock and folk with musical traditions from around the globe, the innovative arrangements and Julie's clear, soulful vocals perfectly capture the powerful message and enduring spirit of Chanukah. An instant favorite for listeners of all ages!
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