passover1I love the way these plates look, don’t you? How fun would it be to go over every aspect of the Seder meal and the symbolism of each food while making these plates. Then when they are finished, you can …

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Make-a-Mask-for-Purim2Purim is a special holiday in the Jewish culture because it celebrates the story of Queen Esther.  People dress up in costumes and have parties in honor of her story. You can find out how to make some of these …

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Purim-Finger-Puppets1Here is a great all in one post that includes a printable Story of Purim to go along with these great finger puppets. Your child can learn about Purim as she acts out the story with these characters. To get …

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I just love when moms think outside the box. This mom was finally driven to the edge of creativity after her children coming home with paper roll menorah’s every year. A little selfishly, I’m glad they did, because she definitely …

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With Hanukkah upon us, I thought it would be nice to feature some crafts to celebrate. Here is a simple craft that features the Star of David. You can find the tutorial at Make and Takes.

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Ten Plagues Passover Craft Placards

Creative Jewish Mom has a two part series in making The Ten Plagues Placards for your children to learn more about Passover and the Sedar meal! . You can get part one here, and part-two here.

Passover Craft Ten Plagues Placards Part 2

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Jeweled wine Glasses for Passover Seder

Here’s a great kids craft that your children can use for their grape juice during the Seder meal at Passover.  Creative Jewish Mom goes into detail as to how to make these beautiful additions to your family’s Seder Meal …

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Hanukkah Kid's Craft-Toilet Paper Tube Favors

Creative Jewish Mom is the site to go to when you are looking for crafts for all Jewish holidays, plus some more creative children’s crafts. Here, she shows you how to make these adorable party favors.…

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Mother Nature Network has compiled a great list of Crafts for teaching your children about Rosh Hashana.  My favorite is the apple core!

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