Join a Young boy and his cousin Tamar as they learn about Jewish life in Israel and North-America in this age appropriate introduction to Israel for young children from the author of Good Morning, Boker Tov, Good Night, Lilah Tov, and Shabbat Shalom. The beautiful full-color illustrations allow children to engage with Israel visually.
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With warmth and tenderness, Michelle Shapiro Abraham's moving new story book, featuring beautiful illustrations by Janice Fried, gently teaches Jewish traditions for remembering loved ones we’ve lost, through the story of a young girl learning about her Grandpa Dennis, the man for whom she was named but never knew.
Join Tamar and her cousin as they take a musical journey through the holidays and concepts from the book My Cousin Tamar Lives in Israel. The CD includes songs that teach about the Jewish holidays highlighted in the book, as well as songs that explore Israel and introduce basic Hebrew vocabulary.
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time readers and longtime fans of the series will enjoy this
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The teaching of Israel has become a high priority for our congregational school system in recent years. There is a documented decline in commitment to Israel among young Jews. The Reform Movement is confronting this challenge in a number of ways. The CHAI Israel Strand Curriculum is a tool to be employed in our classroom to nurture our students' connection to Israel: the land, the people, and the culture. This strand is composed of nineteen lessons, two or three lessons for each CHAI level 1-7, and can be used on its own or complement the rest of your CHAI curriculum. Each of the seven levels focuses on one aspect of Israel and our connection to it as North American progressive Jews. As with each CHAI Curriculum Core, the Israel Strand Curriculum Core includes all the necessary teaching material for each lesson. The full-color workbooks are filled with photographs, maps, and student activities.