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brisket, ready to eat

tangy spiced brisket | smitten kitchen

In this Shavuot project, each of the 10 fingers becomes a place holder for for one of the 10 Commandments. From the BJE of Chicago MarshallCenter blog.

MJLC: Shavuot with Kids: The 10 Commandments

LEGO gragger (noise maker) for Purim. Thank you Leslie! This is awesome and I can't wait to show my kids! (can we get to the LEGO store before Wednesday night?) Also putting it on the teaching plans for next spring's Purim study!

LEGO Gragger: a DIY version


We love the Chinese take-out box idea as a way to wrap shalach manot. Simple printables can add your own message and add a little color! #DreidelJams #Purim #ShalachManot

Purim Challah by Fonzmom, via Flickr

purim tambourines

Advice from a Tree

A great way to make a Tu B'Shevat basket out of paper plates...!

This is upside down, but it was a Tu B'Shevat tree. Trace your child hand and then put on stickers, draw hearts or use stamps for the leaves. This can be a family tree or just a fun decorated Tu B'Shevat tree.

Use Fruit Roll-Up To Make Healthy Cake Decorations & Mini Edible Bouquets!

tu b'shvat basket - 7 fruits of israel

L'chaim to the Trees! Learn about the New Year for the Trees!

Recycled tree craft for Tu B'Shevat from ChallahCrumbs

Planting and Parenting: The Lessons of Tu BiSh’vat

tissue paper, button apple trees

Tu B'Shevat Fruit Plates

Mensch on a Bench! (the Jewish alternative to Elf on a Shelf) CLAS. SIC.

Creative Learning Fun: Our Chanukah Crafts from 2011

Happy Hanukkah Craft ...genius! because you "candles" can go in and out. Sweet gparents gift OR good for little sib to pretend to light the candles each night, as big sib lights the real menorah

A Roundup of 17 Fabulous Hanukkah (Chanukah) Crafts, Recipes, and Products from Craft Quickies

Easy Construction Paper Menorah Craft: Chanukah Crafts for Kids & Decorations -

Hanukkah Dance - Woody Guthrie

A sukkah is a temporary hut, or booth, built especially for the week-long Jewish harvest festival of Sukkot. Our sukkahs were constructed with cinnamon graham crackers, but your favorite gingerbread recipe would work just as well. It is all held together with good old fashioned cookie-cement… aka Royal Icing.

CupCake Challah for Rosh Hashana ~ Cupcake Project