As families, it’s essential to find meaningful ways to connect with our heritage and instill important values in our little ones. Check out these simple yet impactful ways to incorporate the meaning of Tu B’Shevat into your family’s life.
Each year during the Passover Seder, we tell the story of our Exodus from Egypt, but many of us struggle to find meaning in this yearly repetition. The amazing thing about Passover is that there is so much room for creativity and making the seder our own.
Whether you “keep” Shabbat in the traditional way or are looking for a few ways to “remember” the day, we have some suggestions for you on how to make it special!
We often associate Thanksgiving with a secular American celebration, centered around family gatherings, feasting, and football. The root of Thanksgiving has strong Jewish ties. It’s a time we share gratitude, or hakarat hatov. So, why not infuse a more ‘Jewish’ touch into the holiday? Here are five ways to incorporate Judaism into your Thanksgiving.
Purim, one of the most joyous Jewish holidays, is loved by both children and adults alike. Whether you’re 5 or 85 years old, here are a ways you can celebrate and enjoy the Purim holiday.