TEN: Rosh HaShana
With the start of the New Year, we’re testing out your Rosh HaShana knowledge! See how much you know about ushering in the Jewish New Year.
Rosh HaShana Sponge Shapes
A simple colorful afternoon craft.
Sponge painting is an easy way to get kids excited about Rosh HaShana.
Rosh HaShana Cards
This is a creative and adorable way to send out New Year’s wishes to all your friends!
Rosh HaShana Apples
A little bit of effort pays off with these painted and colored apples!
Decorated Honey Drippers
Honey stays on your table until after Sukkot. Dish it out in style!
Use an apple and red paint for a quick craft!
Rosh HaShana Bee Hive
The texture of bubble wrap is the perfect way to recreate a beehive! This craft is a great way to bring the sweetness of the holiday home (without any pesky bees!).
Thumb Print Bees
My favorite crafts are the one that have me giggle as I do them. Thumb print bees was easy and giggle-worthy. With minimal mess, this is a great project to do with younger kids.