For Teachers

I've come to realize that an exciting percentage of my blog subscribers are teachers. I think this is wonderful! In an age where cultural sensitivity is encouraged, our differences should be celebrated. Thank you for showing an interest. Jewish traditions can easily be explained to children in ways that gently expand their awareness and understanding. I hope you find the pages below inspiring and useful.

So what's coming up next? See below!

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Thanksgiving Templates

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for crafts, from home decorations to gifts to thank our loved ones. Here are a few templates, check back as I'll always be adding more! … [Read more...]

Hanukkah Templates

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Here is my collection of Hanukkah templates which can be used for a wide variety of Hanukkah crafts from a Menorah Wall Hanging to a Dreidel Photo Frame Card. Print them off straight from this page or drag the image into a word document and re-size … [Read more...]

Number Templates

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Here are my number templates, print them straight off or drag into a word document and re-size as you like! … [Read more...]

Halloween for Teachers

Halloween is a great holiday for kids and adults alike. It's a great time for imaginative and practical creativity from indoor and outdoor decorations to costumes and party themes. In this section you'll find links to my collection of … [Read more...]

Autumn Felt Leaves

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Autumn Leaves are a fantastic little craft that can serve multiple purposes over the autumn months. You can use them in autumn garlands, indoor hangings or decorations for cushions and bags. You can even use these leaves as part of a Halloween … [Read more...]

Rosh Hashanah Q&A for Teachers

What is Rosh Hashanah? It's the Jewish New Year. Why is the new year in September and not January? Jewish people often celebrate January's new year as well, but that's about the calendar year starting over, and this is about the Jewish year of … [Read more...]

Home Made Play Doh

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Play Doh is loved by children of all ages. It's very easy to make it from scratch in your kitchen, as long as you have a microwave. This craft project is ideal for a rainy day, make many colours and spend the afternoon playing with it! I like to add … [Read more...]

Craft Project: Felt Honey Hives

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I love to put branches in a vase as the centerpiece on my Rosh Hashanah table. And what better to decorate these branches with than the symbols of Rosh Hashanah that we know and love? How cute is this honey hive? It's super easy to make: Click here … [Read more...]

Craft Project: Felt Apples

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In the spirit of making your Rosh Hashanah table festive, these felt apples are perfect. Click here for the template. I love hanging Rosh Hashanah themed decorations on and around my table. I place branches in the middle of my table and these are … [Read more...]