Introduce your primary-grade students to the basics of Jewish holidays and tikkun olam at the same time.
These four-page pamphlets are the perfect way into the complete year of Jewish holidays. From Rosh Hashanah to Shavuot, the Jewish calendar is replete with joyous occasions of all kinds. Sharon Halper's twelve vibrantly full-color illustrated pamphlets bring the relevance of ancient Jewish texts to life in the twenty-first century.
Each student pack contains eleven different holiday pamphlets, as well as one parent pamphlet
Perfect for first or second grade
Easily integrates into your family education programs
Age-appropriate introduction to the Jewish calendar and the concept of tikkun olam
Kravitz & Olitzky Modern Commentary Series Collection (9 Books)
Special Value Price: $54.00
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Each volume in this collection is designed for the reader to learn on their own, in a small study group, or within a classroom setting.
Leonard S. Kravitz and Kerry M. Olitzky have perfected their signature style of presenting information: so each volume includes the Hebrew text with English translation, commentary, questions for discussion, and additional resources. Designed for learners age 13 - adult, the Kravitz and Olitzky series has been used in Hebrew high school, rabbinic school, day schools, and camps.
Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice (Revised Edition)
This definitive guide for Reform Jewish practice leads the reader to an understanding of the whole of Jewish life -- from blessing to b'nei mitzvah, Havdalah to haftarah, and tikkun olam to Tikkun Leil Shavuot. The revised edition features an index, cross-references to Mishkan T'filah, and new sections exploring the impact of changes in the movement and the world at large over the last decade, including same-sex marriage, conversion, bioethics, and justification of war. Jewish Living is an ideal gift for b'nei mitzvah, confirmation, and graduation, and deserves pride of place on the bookshelf of every Reform Jewish library, classroom, office, and home.