Education

Dvar Torah

November is often a month without any Jewish holidays. But, can we count Thanksgiving as a Jewish holiday?
This is part of the on-gong series of Divrei Torah being published on the NECHAMA, Jewish Response to Disaster web site and subsequently sent to our e-mail community.
Relating the New Year of Trees to the work of disaster recovery when such devastation affects not only humanity, but the natural environment.
A Ve'ahavta Tu b'Shvat message.
This Dvar Torah uses the inspiring story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg to highlight the difference between Tzedek and Chessed and the importance of women's empowerment.

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This is one lesson from the Big Green Jewish Edible garden resource for Key Stage 2 (Late Elementary) (http://ow.ly/5T6t6). Fusing Jewish texts, secular curriculum and hands on gardening, this resource inspires young people to understand the process of producing fresh fruit and vegetables and encourages them to eat healthily and sustainably
This Responsibility & Participation pack provides activities and discussion exercises which should provide Bnai Mitzvah students with a greater understanding of how to approach their new position within society.
This Responsibility & Participation pack provides activities and discussion exercises which should provide Bnai Mitzvah students with a greater understanding of how to approach their new position within society.
This Responsibility & Participation pack provides activities and discussion exercises which should provide Bnai Mitzvah students with a greater understanding of how to approach their new position within society.
A set of lesson plans with exercises to teach children about their universal rights, with special attention given to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This lesson focuses on Article 28 - the right to learn.
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