Can Noah be viewed as righteous, or, is Noah better understood as righteous "in his generation?" Read these questions and ideas and discuss this Torah portion with young children.
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But the notables who had gone up with him said, "We cannot attack that people, for it is stronger than we." Thus they spread calumnies among the Israelites about the land they had scouted, saying, "The country that we traversed and scouted is one that devours its settlers.
The daughters of Zelophehad…came forward. The names of the daughters were Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah.
In this parashah, the Hebrew word "naso," as it relates to taking a census of our family members, can suggest that not only are we counting our family members but also telling about them as well.
In this double portion, there is a lot of focus on building and community development. Here are some questions and ideas for discussions with young children.
Included in the Book of Numbers is the story of Korach and his followers, Dathan and Abiran, who lead a revolt against Moses and Aaron.
Moses and Aaron came away from the congregation to the entrance of the Tent of Meeting and fell on their faces.
A guide to help adults learn how to engage young children in a discussion about this week’s Torah portion.
Explore B'midbar with questions and ideas for parents and their children on the topic of names, how we get them, and what they mean.