New ways to joyfully celebrate Passover with your grandchild and family
A short, family-friendly, and authentic way to celebrate the Passover seder
Ways to boost teen grandchildren’s role in the seder
Joyful ways to celebrate Purim with your grandchild in person or at a distance.
Playful ways to celebrate Hanukkah with your grandchild in person or at a distance.
Creative and playful ways to spark kids’ curiosity about Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
Make Shavuot come alive with drama, crafts, and cooking activities with your grandchild.
Rich Sephardic traditions can spice up your family’s holiday celebrations.
Practical and fun Purim activities for you and your grandchildren.
Thanksgivukkah is when Thanksgiving and Hanukkah coincide. Here is a 10-minute ceremony to connect the two holidays.
Customize and enrich your Thanksgiving celebrations with Jewish insights and traditions.
Celebrations and holidays mark our lives with flashing indicators: These are the big ideas that matter to us, these are the people with whom we want to explore and experience them
Chanukah’s simplicity is what makes it beautiful. There are so many ways to make the holiday our own. Haggadot.com can help you discover eight rituals, centered around eight themes of Chanukah.
Want to put some Jewish flavor in grandkids’ favorite day? Halloween. It’s not just about candy. It’s also about neighborhood gatherings, carving pumpkins, school parades, and decorating outside and in with ghosts, goblins, and cobwebs.
The Hebrew word teshuvah is built on the Hebrew root letters that mean “returning.” Teshuvah means you get a second chance.
How can we make the Sabbath a “palace in time” for our families? Filmmaker and author Tiffany Shlain has a proposal.
Memorial Day Mitzvah Zikaron—“remembrance”— is an important part of our Jewish tradition. We remember the miracle of the oil when we celebrate Hannukah. On Passover,
Art plays an important role in Judaism. Artisans are mentioned in the Torah in relation to making beautiful textiles and ritual objects of precious stones and metals for the Tabernacle and Temple.