This Wednesday come join Adina Soclof of parenting simply.com and me at our latest webinar, Planting Seeds: Tu B’Shvat Lessons in Parenting. Our webinar is sponsored by the Orthodox Union (thanks!) and is free (hurray!) for those who sign up.
It’s all about crafts that are easy and that have the potential to be beautiful but also have the ability to keep your 5 year-old amused.
Tu B’Shvat is considered the New Year for trees. Use Tu B’Shvat as an opportunity to explore our responsibility to the planet.
Tu B’Shvat, the New Year for trees, is celebrated on the 15th day of Shvat. Here’s one way to celebrate at home!
This Tu B’Shvat snack (or breakfast!) is a perfect kid-friendly treat. It also gives kids the opportunity to pick and choose the ingredients of their dish. In our house, we promote this yogurt-based muesli as a healthy and exciting snack.
These baskets are a great Tu B’Shvat or Shavuot centerpiece. Vibrant and colorful, this craft can easily be adapted for younger and older kids.
My kids LOVE making paper chains for our Sukkah. This chain is also great for Tu B’Shvat.