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Bless them like Ephraim and Menashe, Sarah, Rebeccah, Rachel, and Leah

How to Say the Jewish Blessing Over Children on Shabbat

From mezzuzahs to interfaith sharing, this is a fun and short introduction to the world of dedicating your new home.

How to Bring Judaism into your Home

Camp JRF shares these creative and ways to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Celebrate Your Dreams (Family Activities)
Helpful tips on creating your own elaborate palace atmosphere to celebrate Purim
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A wonderful suggestion for incorporating social justice into the tradition of noise making during the Megillah reading on Purim

Make a Noise on Purim for Social Justice

Creative writing activity to re-write the Shema

What if the Shema were written by Doctor Seuss?

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