A Tu B’shvat Seder for Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion Month

February is Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion Month, and is also the month in which Tu Bi’Shevat often falls. This seder takes the traditional form and format of the Tu B’shvat seder and examines the topic of disability through the lens of inclusive community.

This seder was originally developed for a 2–6th grade religious school setting, but could be adapted easily for multi-age/adult or non-school groups and spaces.

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