|Statement||by Deborah Pessin and Temima Gezari.|
|Series||Commission of Jewish education of the Union of American Hebrew congregations and Central conference of American rabbis. Union graded series, ed. by Emanuel Gamoran|
|Contributions||Gezari, Temima N., joint author., Union of American Hebrew Congregations.|
|LC Classifications||BM105 .P37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 329 p.|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||44047467|
Throughout the year, our preschool combines Jewish culture, traditional holidays and (good deeds) Mitzvot into our everyday curriculum. The children experience the joys of Judaism through music, story telling, art, cooking, drama, dance and family get-togethers. A well-rounded Jewish education. (Pre-School and Kindergarten) A counting book describing how the children have fun during the eight nights of Hanukkah, making cards, exchanging gifts, chanting blessings, and singing songs. The main character is a Jewish boy of African descent. Mrs. Katz and Tush by . The book list 7 of the Best Jewish Books for Kids was curated by Bianca Schulze. For similar articles, follow along with our content tagged with Activity Books, Holiday Gift Guide Kids Books, Meditation Books, Mindfulness, and Yoga. The stories are simplified because each book has only 3 pages plus a cover. The Old Testament stories can be used by both Christian and Jewish preschool programs and the New Testament stories can be used by Christian programs. To download each book, click the images below. More to come! This page will be updated with new books as I create them.
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