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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Hebrew Sudoku

Your students will have fun playing Sudoku with Hebrew letters. Two Sudoku games are included in this download: a 4x4 game that uses letters aleph through dalet and a more challenging 9x9 game that uses letters aleph through tet. An answer key is provided for each puzzle.
Hebrew Sudoku

Monday, April 7, 2014

Label Your Classroom in Hebrew

Use these cards to label your clock, desk, even your garbage can with the name of the object in Hebrew. A vocabulary list is included.
Classroom Hebrew Cards

Monday, March 24, 2014

Afikomen Holder for Passover

Learn about the tradition of hiding the afikomen, and then have children create an afikomen holder for Passover following our instructions. Supplies required are paper, ribbon, included printable Hebrew word sheet, and things to decorate with such as markers and rubber stamps.

Download Afikomen Holder for Passover

Miriam's Timbrel

This Pesach, create a musical timbrel that doubles as a coaster for your Miriam's cup.

Place the words inside a child's tambourine. Decorate with beads strung on a wire.

Download Miriam's Timbrel Words

Friday, March 21, 2014

New Symbols on the Seder Plate

Learn with your students why an orange, a potato, and chocolate are making appearances on modern seder plates. A downloadable 1-page lesson about these new traditions is available here.

You can also download our smartboard lesson, Not Your Bubbe's Seder Plate, which provides an in depth look at the symbols of the seder plate. That lesson is available here.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Our most popular Passover items are now free

We have made two of our most popular Passover items free for you to download:

The Passover Pyramid, a project that fuses Jewish content and student creativity together into a beautiful, functional piece of art for the family Passover seder table. Download:
• the 4 names of Passover in Hebrew and English
• the 4 Torah passages related to the names for Passover, formatted to fit into each side of the pyramid
1 set of step-by-step instructions

In this game, students wear headbands bearing a Passover symbol. Everyone else can see the symbol, but they cannot. They must ask questions such as Am I on the seder plate? Am I a person? Am I food? to determine their identities. The game is fast-paced and fun for ages 6 and up. Click here to download.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Texts, Tweets, and Torah

Texts, Tweets, and Torah Participants:
Click here to view resources for talking to your children about social media.  Check back to view new resources as we post them.
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