Children of any age can decorate these kid-friendly challah covers! (buy it here!)
Make these beautiful, easy-to-form Shabbat and Havdala candles this week!
Using materials you find around your house, this tzedakah box is a great way to start a conversation about giving to others.
I make no secret of the fact that I’m always a little fearful of the challot that my pre-school kids bring home. You can never be sure what is on those cute little fingers as they’re making their “special” challah. (That is not to say that I don’t trust preschool teachers. I have tremendous faith in them, I just remain mildly suspicious of the little people!) Yet, each week we make a HUGE deal of all projects that are brought to our Shabbat table.
These mini-Challah boards showcase each child’s challot. It’s just a great way to make your kid feel special.
This craft should be a staple at kids' birthday parties or in your early childhood classroom. It is easy, cheap and can be tailored to your crowd. You can make it super simple or a little more complex. The sky is the limit here.
Recycle household materials to make this tree!
Encourage your kids to make their very own Sefer Torah!
As wonderful as it is to get gifts, it's even more wonderful to say thanks!