Maze Magic: Shavuot


Shavuot celebrates the grain harvest of the summer and the giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai. During the time that the Beit HaMikdash (Temple) was built, farmers from all around Israel would bring the best of their fruits and produce to the Priests in the Beit HaMikdash.

Help the farmer find his fruit! Click on the fruit basket below.

Wonderful Word Search: Shavuot


We celebrate receiving the Torah at Mt. Sinai on Shavuot. Some people will stay up the entire night of Shavuot learning Torah to rejoice on the anniversary of when we first received the Torah. We also celebrate the start of the harvest season when the first fruits were brought up to the temple.

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Pressed flowers placemats and bookmarks

A great mother (or grandmother!) gift uses pressed flowers to create placemats or bookmarks.

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Pressed Flower Platter

Used pressed flowers to make a Shavuot platter for your table!

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Spring is in the Air

Passover is known as the Springtime Holiday. Celebrate the spring season with these foam flowers.

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Tomato and Pepper Quiche

A fantastic way to jazz up Sunday brunch!

Coeur de la creme (heart of the creme)

Sure it involves a special dish and cheese cloths, but do read below for some clever alternatives. You can find coure de la crème moulds in specialty bake shops. These are ceramic dishes shaped like hearts with holes in the bottom to let the whey drip out. If you don’t feel like buying the dishes, there are alternatives.

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Mint Chocolate Chip Cheesecake

Add mint and chocolate chips to your cheesecake this year!

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Fettuccine Alfredo

This pasta only looks hard to make. It is simple and delicious.

Baked French Toast

A perfect Sunday breakfast for you and your family.