Purim is a festival of joy and celebration but unfortunately one of a lot of waste too…
They’re easy! They’re delicious! And kids love to make them. Happy Chanuka one and all.
It isn’t often when a craft is a sure-fire hit with boys, but here it is: glitter glue webs! Guaranteed to please.
On the eighth day of Sukkot, we recite Tefillat Geshem, a prayer for rain. While that might seem a bit unnecessary in the States, Israel’s rainy season begins right around Sukkot.
Littlebinsforlittlehands.com has a great idea to enhance our Rosh HaShana tables. For the Lego lovers in your home, Lego apples!
Different types of papers can teach about textures on this Rosh HaShana apple.
This year we are putting individual honey jars on our Rosh HaShana table. The kids are excited to decorate their own small honey jars, and there is something to do for every age from 2-10. So get creative with your honey!
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 a way to keep your “little hands” busy before Simchat Torah or Shabbat? Ask your kids to make these “Torah Scrolls.” The “covers” can be decorated with sparkles or stickers. Better yet, your kids can turn these Torah treats into place-card holders – ask them to write each guest’s name on the outside, and maybe a sweet message on the inside.
Looking for creative ways to start talking about Rosh HaShana? Look no further than our apple taste-off!