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Sukkot Family Activities

Try this family's unique way of engaging children in tikkun olam by helping the homeless. and PJ Library® are excited to offer an engaging new fall holiday learning opportunity with Reform Rabbi Leora Kaye and master educator Stephanie Fink

What if you don’t have a sukkah or aren’t the outdoorsy type? Here are a few crafts you can do with supplies you already have at home.

How do Wonder Woman, Batman and Darth Vader relate to the harvest holiday of Sukkot? They have cameo appearances in Bim Bam’s new upbeat Lego® Sukkot stop motion animation video! 

On the 15th of Tishrei, just five days after Yom Kippur ends, we usher in the holiday of Sukkot (translated into English as “booths” or “huts”). Sukkotour Festival of Booths, is a festival of thanksgiving: for the food we have harvested, the homes we are so privileged to call our own, and for the natural world that surrounds us

A tired beggar reaches a small town on a cold, wintery night, seeking food and a warm bed. When the poor locals are reluctant to assist, he promises to make a delicious soup from six bone buttons.

This fun, spidery craft is a surefire hit with kids. Hang them in your sukkah during Sukkot

Sukkot is one of the most joyful festivals on the Jewish calendar.

Together with your children, watch videos by Shalom Sesame and try some of the discussion ideas and activities suggested by Reform Jewish educators to further extend the lessons learned in the videos.


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