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Why do people always seem to want more? What brings meaningful and lasting happiness? Learners explore Megillat Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) to evaluate what is futile and what is meaningful and how they can find joy in a contradictory world.”
Students visit the communal sukkah to learn about the song “Sukkot” and interact with Emanuel Harussi and get to ask him questions about his life.
Based on Dr. Howard Gardner’s theory on Multiple Intelligences, everyone can be joyful on Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah. In this collection
Get outside and explore where you can find temporary shelter as you and your students delve into what it means to dwell
Family Activity that all ages can participate for Sukkot Kehillah supporters can download this lesson
This annotated bibliography highlights selected textbooks, teaching guides, and resource materials for teaching the weekly Torah portion. This resource is best suited
Teaching the weekly Torah portion? Picture books are powerful tools for communicating ideas and igniting creativity. Use this annotated bibliography to source
Create a beautiful piece of communal art based on lessons learned from Parashat Terumah. This activity is best suited for 3rd-8th grades
This lesson explores how a sofer (scribe) writes a Torah and provides students the opportunity to practice writing like a sofer. This activity
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