Chanukah is the season of light and what is better to make than a Pop-Up Chanukah Menorah! This beautiful pop-up menorah may be too difficult for younger children but older siblings … Read More
Everybody knows about stamping with potatoes and foam, but these Apple and Pear Prints are yet another fruit that makes great prints. Try it on all kinds of materials and see … Read More
If the kids are making a basket of blessings for Rosh HaShana, show them how to make this Stuffed Fish Craft to add to their apple and honey crafts. They … Read More
Frogs were one of the seven plagues mentioned in Exodus which culminated in the Hebrews being released from slavery by the Pharaoh and leaving Egypt. These fun Origami Jumping Frogs … Read More
The Purim Noisemaker or grogger is a classic Purim prop used during the reading of the Megillat Esther (Book of Esther) to make noise every time the name of the … Read More
This Iris Folding Apple looks complicated, but is simpler that you think. It may not be right for the youngest children, but can be learned by pre teens and teenagers. … Read More
Turn ordinary glass votive cups into Hanukkah Votives. Make these pretty votive cups and keep glitter mess to a minimum with double faced tape. This craft is easy enough for kids … Read More
Look at these pretty Cardboard Tube Hanukkah Party Favors. They will be the hit of the party and everyone will be talking about them and wanting to make them too.
Let kids create their own Macaroni Menorah for a decoration or card to celebrate Hanukkah. This craft will be a wonderful way to encourage a discussion about religious customs and understanding of different religions.
This Cross Stitch Apple craft is an ideal project for Rosh Hashana and fall. Additionally it recycles a styrofoam tray that would otherwise go into the landfill.
Make Easy Felt Apple Embellishments for school bags, tote bags or special presents for the teacher. There are so many ways to use these easy felt apples and it only … Read More
This Matzoh Pin was designed by Susan of Suffolk Association for Jewish Educational Services. Have some Passover fun with this Passover craft. It’s easy and lots of fun to make and wear.
Now is the time to make sure you have Hanukkah Cards ready for friends and family. Here are some lovely cards that you can make or create your own designs.
This lovely Rosh HaShana Sewing Placard will hang around year after year to be displayed with fond memories of years past. This also is a great item to hang on … Read More
Teach your children or students about the tradition of Passover with a printable seder plate. The six items on the Seder Plate are: Maror and Chazeret: two types of bitter … Read More
This Paper Fish Mobile is a craft that can be used for the Jewish Holy Days as well as a Christian craft. It is a good craft to open a … Read More