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Make a beautiful sign for your door – Bezalel style! The chalutzim (early Israeli pioneers) believed that Israel should have a national art style that reflected the diversity of Jewish immigrants to the land. The style, “Bezalel,” named after the biblical figure Bezalel ben Uri,...

Make up a secret handshake for the High Holidays. The Hebrew word teshuvah is built on the Hebrew root letters that mean “returning.” Teshuvah means you get a second chance. Try this secret handshake to say “I’m sorry” or to give someone a second chance. Or...

People from every continent come to Israel to find freedom and better lives—and because it’s the Jewish homeland. Each group brings with it different customs from the old country that form a fusion of ideas and cultures in the shared land.Mix together these fruits from...

Do you have keepsakes that tell the stories of different family members throughout the generations; for example, a needlepoint or an old siddur, photos, home movies, or group texts with photos and videos?If those keepsakes could talk, what kind of stories would they tell? Take...

Play this fun recycling game HERE to explore the Jewish value of bal tashchit—do not destroy. Jewish law prohibits wasteful consumption and needless destruction. When we protect the environment, we become shomrei adamah—keepers of the earth....

Have you ever built a sandcastle that got washed away by a wave? How did you feel when you saw it fall? What secrets can we learn from a sandcastle?This story, reprinted from the book When All You've Ever Wanted Isn't Enough, serves as a foundation...

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From the wise men of Chelm to the marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the Jewish people have always been able to reflect on the Jewish experience with laughter. We are pleased to present these Jewish Family Journey Mad Libs as a way for grandparents and family members...

Looking to make a family cookbook?  Click HERE.A bit about our own family background: Bubbie Ida Paperny, Ron’s maternal grandmother, lived in the kitchen. She also loved in the kitchen. She loved when her four daughters helped her cook up a huge family Shabbat or...