Here you will find various fun material and activities that I have made or found for you. Invite and share it with your friends if you like it. You can always contact me if you have suggestions of your own too.
Books to read:
The giving tree by Shel Silverstein
Joseph had a little overcoat by Simms Taback
Papa, do you love me? by Barbara M. Joosse
The trees of the dancing coat by Patricia Polacca
The Amazing Sarong by Quek Hong Shin
Baby Wombat’s week by Jackie French
Little people Big Dreams (Frida Kahlo) by Isabel Sanchez Vegara
Something from Nothing by Phoebe Gilman
Naamah and the Ark at night by Susan Campbell Bartoletti
The song of Ascent: Psalm 121 by Hadassah Mariadas
Videos to watch!
Activities for you and your friends
My Rosh Hashanah Activity book
(3-5 years old)
Rosh Hashanah activity book for
(5-7 year old)
CALLING all kids to SUBMIT an art piece (in digital format) to be featured in Our Shoresh Art Gallery. The central theme of your art work is Pomegranates and it could be a collage piece/pottery/painting. Deadline: 15 December 2020
Pomegranates are in abundance during the time of the Fall feasts in Israel; a symbol of Rosh Hashanah and the holiday season. They are on greeting cards, ceramic ornaments, beautiful materials – everywhere! They are also dangling plentifully from trees in the fields. They are ripe and ready, bursting to tell a story.
Pomegranates are a very unusual fruit in that we usually eat the flesh of the fruit and either don’t notice the seeds, or discard them if we can. But with pomegranates, there is no flesh – only seeds.
Rabbis have said that the fact that there is no flesh, only seeds, speaks of the blessings and commandments of God – they are not for our own selfish, fleshly desires, but for blessing others because once flesh is gone, it has gone forever, but when a seed dies, it produces a whole load of new life.