This delicious snack will help get your kids ready to celebrate a sweet New Year!
Things have been a little apple-centric in our home these past few days. Here is yet another easy and fabulous apple craft. This one can be used as Rosh HaShana centerpieces or decoration.
Looking for creative ways to start talking about Rosh HaShana? Look no further than our apple taste-off!
My eight year old went to sleep away camp for two weeks this summer. He was crazy young and I felt moderately insane as I watched him board the bus, but even in that moment, I knew it would be the best decision for him. And it was. But here’s the thing. He didn’t tell me one thing about it. Not one letter, post card, quick note. I heard nothing. For two weeks (14 days which is roughly 336 hours) I had to rely on the camp’s website to fill me in.
A craft that appeals to parents and children alike. (Spoiler alert: wine may be involved)
For the brave and for the lovers of paint, a new way to say Shana Tova.
For those of us who are always on the lookout for a great new video or clip for our kids, the latest Maccabeats video certainly doesn’t disappoint. A mashup of songs about home straddles the worlds of New York and Jerusalem. A great feel good video for kids and their parents.
Introduction: In this week’s parsha, Parsha Ki Tetze, there are over 70 mitzvot listed! One of the most interesting of the mitzvoth is referred to in Hebrew as “Shiluah Haken,” meaning “sending away the mother bird.” The text is as follows:
Introduction: In this week’s parsha, Parshat Shoftim, we learn that during a war, it is prohibited to destroy any of the city’s fruit-bearing trees. Included in this commandment is the famous expression (Deut. 20:19) [...]