Tu B’shvat is a Jewish Holiday and special day for celebrating trees, like a Jewish Arbor Day. Create some pretty tree sun-catchers with kids to celebrate.
Use our free printable ombre dreidel for decoration for play. Happy Hanukkah!
For Rosh Hashanah this year, we’re making some little bee cards since apples and honey are customary to eat to symbolize a sweet new year. Bees on honeycomb would be just the thing!
I’ve always loved the story of Esther which is still celebrated today in a Jewish holiday called Purim. To bring some of that fun of Purim here I thought I would create some easy printable face masks that you can download and print at home and play along.
Did you know it is customary to send out cards for Rosh Hashanah wishing your friends and loved ones a sweet new year? Here’s a tutorial for creating your own unique Rosh Hashanah cards.
If you’re wanting to celebrate Hanukkah with little children, but you don’t want them around candles or fire, this is a fun craft to let them be involved.
Rosh Hashanah is approaching and the shofar horn delights kids. Help your child make one easily.