In the aftermath of the World Series, we look at the Cleveland Indians, the Chicago Cubs along with Basketball with Jerusalem HaPoel, the Olympic Judo athlete Ori Sasson and, of course, Noah and his ark.
It is crazy how much has been inspired by a flood, a boat and some animals.
This week’s Torah reading has a little bit of everything: we’ve got floods and families, animals and rainbows, we’ve got towers and destruction. Enjoy one of the most exciting Parshot.
This week’s parsha, Parshat Noach, has very colorful craft potential! After the devastating flood, God promises Noah that he will never destroy the world in this way again. As a sign of this covenant, He places a rainbow in the clouds. All rainbow-related crafts are great for this parsha. But, kids will especially love dyeing their own pasta, stringing it, and wearing it this week.
God makes a rainbow as a sign that there will be no more floods that destroy earth. Help Noah and his ark find the rainbow! Click the PDF icon below to download a printer-friendly version.
In this week’s Torah reading, we see God flood the earth and save just Noah, his family and some animals. We also watch as mankind tries to build a tower that reaches the heavens. Use the word key at the bottom of the page to find the 10 words hidden in our word search. Shabbat Shalom! Click the picture below to download a printer-friendly version.