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On Sale Now: Our Parsha Coloring Book!

We’ve pulled together all of our Parsha coloring pages in one super user-friendly coloring book.

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Podcast: Rosh HaShana: Looking Back with Joy

Introspection surrounding the holidays is often about our inequities and things we can improve upon. Wouldn't it be nice to focus on the good we've done?  

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Seven Ways To Help You Through Cooking for Rosh HaShana

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With the holiday season about to hit, here’s all you need to be prepared. (I may be overstating things just a bit.)

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A Rosh HaShana Apple Candy Bar

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An adorable (and delicious) way to end your Rosh Hashana meal.

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Rosh HaShana Centerpieces: Toilet Paper Roll Apples

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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.

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Appletastic! Getting Ready for Rosh HaShana with a taste test

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  Looking for creative ways to start talking about Rosh HaShana? Look no further than our apple taste-off!

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Summer Cherry-Mint Quinoa Salad

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Cherries and mint make for a healthy, tasty and refreshing combination in this quinoa dish.

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Alphabet Art

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This is a great and creative way to explore the Hebrew alphabet. This piece of art is colorful, educational and a great way to learn your Aleph Bet!

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Summer Gazpacho

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Cold soups are the perfect summer appetizer!

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Aleph Bet Colors

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Learn about complementary colors while making this aleph bet project!

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Making Seder Spectacular (it’s not as hard as you think)

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The deck is stacked against our kids. The Seder starts late at night — often after a day where we are too busy to pay attention to them. Our kids haven’t eaten good meals throughout the day (burn your chametz! eat no matza!). They are overtired, a little bored and overwhelmed. Then we ask them to sit at a Seder table for hours on end with no food. Not a great plan. Here are a few ways to make a Seder super kid friendly:

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