Paint, perform, and doodle your way through the Jewish holidays!
Guide your students through a process of unlocking the meaning of each holiday and its values through artistic projects and concepts.
Make, Create, Celebrate uses art as a way to help students connect with the underlying values of the holidays in a personal way, free from explaining the how-tos of each holiday.
"Make, Create, Celebrate is beautifully done and is filled with so many great activities!"
— Rachel Stern, Institute of Southern Jewish Life
Teaching a class using Make, Create, Celebrate? This Lesson Plan Manual includes 23 ready-to-use, 50-minute lesson plans. These includes:
Welcome parents and their children ages 5-10 to the joy of Shabbat morning prayer with this family-friendly siddur. Glorious original oil paintings add a new dimension to family Shabbat morning worship services--the visual and emotional resonance of art. Through the art worshippers will be inspired to think what the prayers mean to them, to create their own mental prayer images, and to share their vision with their family. Available in Reform and Conservative editions, in both paperback and hardcover, Siddur Mah Tov makes prayer accessible to all congregants. Full transliteration allows parents to easily participate in read-aloud Hebrew sections, and easy-to-understand English translations mean all family members can experience Shabbat in a dynamic, spiritually meaningful, and creative way.
Vibrant illustrations inspire emotional connections to prayer.
Full transliteration welcomes parents and allows full participation.
Clear, simple translations help congregants explore the meaning of the prayers.
Welcome parents and their children ages 5-10 to the joy of Shabbat morning prayer with this family-friendly siddur. Glorious original oil paintings add a new dimension to family Shabbat morning worship services
For rabbis, cantors, educators, and lay leaders: A guide to creating great worship services that reflect your community's values. Packed with suggestions for involving families in the Shabbat morning service. Includes guiding questions for interpreting the artwork in Siddur Mah Tov, and ideas for using story-telling, music, movement, and props to make worship services fun and participatory.
Create your own meaningful seder with Simply Seder: A Passover Haggadah. Clear directions, explanations of time-honored rituals, and thought-provoking discussion starters will help you create a memorable experience for your guests
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