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Jewish Holiday Crafts for Little Hands

by Ruth Esrig Brinn

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Provides simple directions for making over 100 craft items from easily available materials for Shabbat and various Jewish holidays. Includes a glossary and summary of the holidays.
  GCJCPreKClassroom | Jul 7, 2011 |
NO OF PAGES: 127 SUB CAT I: Children's Resources SUB CAT II: Crafts SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: Jewish Holiday Crafts for Little Hands is designed to help young children relate to, and feel part of each Jewish holiday or festival. Candlesticks, a kiddush cup, flowers, and an attractive challah covering are the basic "ingredients" for most Jewish celebrations. This book gives several ways to make these items. Don't forget to use what you child creates. More than 150 easy-to-make projects for Shabbat and 11 Jewish holidays. A Tu B'Shevat Recycler, Kibbutz Tractor, simple Purim costumes, crowns, and jewelry. With things to grow, snacks, and games. A mini-dictionary and explanation introduces each holiday.NOTES: Donated from Shabbat school materials no longer used. SUBTITLE:
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
This book is designed to help yooung children relate to, and feel part of the Jewish holiday or festival. Material used are mostly notions and scrap items found around the house (from the Introduction).
  Folkshul | Jan 15, 2011 |
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More than 150 easy-to-make projects for Shabbat and 11 Jewish holidays. A Tu B'Shevat Recycler, Kibbutz Tractor, simple Purim costumes, crowns, and jewelry. With things to grow, snacks, and games. A mini-dictionary and explanation introduces each holiday.

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Provides simple directions for making over 100 craft items from easily available materials for Shabbat and various Jewish holidays. Includes a glossary and summary of the holidays.

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