The Jewish Lights Book of Fun Classroom Activities: Simple and Seasonal Projects for Teachers and Students

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This celebration of Jewish life is the ideal guide for teachers who want to put a new spin on classroom holiday celebrations, lessons on Jewish traditions, and everyday activities. The Jewish Lights Book of Fun Classroom Activities is full of crafts, recipes, games, and history that will captivate your class and help your students connect with Judaism in fun, creative ways.

With over eighty easy-to-do activities that re-invigorate age-old Jewish customs and make them fun for students and teachers alike, this book is more than just kids’ stuff. It’s about taking Jewish education to a new level—one that is both enriching and entertaining.

Enhance Rosh Hashanah observance by making a toy shofar. Create a tree centerpiece for the Tu B’Shvat seder table. Explore the Jewish connections to secular American holidays. Learn and teach an Israeli folk dance. However you use this lively guide, you’ll find your class taking an active approach to exploring Jewish tradition and having fun along the way!

Brimming with activities and ideas, this all-inclusive celebration of Jewish life promises education and inspiration for students and teachers alike. You’ll find dynamic ideas for holidays and every day:

-Making Your Own Besamim Box
-Tooting Your Own Shofar
-The Wacky ’n’ Tasty Lulav “Shake”
-Tiny Totin’ Torahs
-Classroom Gardening
-The “Shake-Rattle-and-Roll” Grogger
-Prize-Winning Paper Cutting
-Mitzvot in the Community
-Me-shugga” Cookies
-Fun Guides to Jewish Music, Books, Films, Websites, and More

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