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Pesach Traditions from Slavery to Freedom

By Shira Druion | Passover, Pesach | 0 Comments | 11 April, 2022

Pesach is a wonderful time of the year! The time when we get to recall how God took us out of Egypt with a “mighty hand and an outstretched arm!” It is this time of year when we are required to...

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Deep communication and the Shofar

By Sammy Morhaim | Rosh Hashanah | 0 Comments | 10 August, 2021

I used to find the Shofar thing eery. 

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18 Min Leaders - a New Initiative by Ji

Bringing the inspiring perspectives of Jewish leaders to communities around the globe.

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Jewish Interactive - How it began and where it is now

Article written by Viviana Goren Kassam published in Moked. 

It all started with a CD on Shabbat, made by a South African team led by Nicky Newfield - ten years ago.  It impressed Chana Kanzen, a...

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Shavuot Traditions

By Sammy Morhaim | Shavuot | 0 Comments | 10 May, 2021

Eating matzah, sitting in a sukkah, hearing the shofar, EATING CHEESECAKE!

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Tips for a 'Virtual' Pesach

By Chana Kanzen | Pesach | 0 Comments | 16 March, 2021

When we said “Next year in Jerusalem” at last year's seder, I don't think any of us ever meant it as much as we did that night. Did any of us dream we would still be in lock down for a second Pesach...

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7 super cool ideas to make online learning for Passover more engaging

By Chana Kanzen | Pesach | 0 Comments | 04 March, 2021
  1. Create a family Haggadah

Challenge your family to create a family haggadah this year. There are many sites to do this with but my two favourites are haggadot.com (best for ages 10+) and ...

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Ivrit Misaviv La'olam

IVRIT MISAVIV LAOLAM (Hebrew around the world) - is an early childhood Ivrit B’Ivrit Hebrew curriculum. IML is specifically designed to teach Hebrew online and/or in the classroom to very young...

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Fast for the past, for the sake of our future.

Every year during the summer months, observant Jews spend three weeks expressing increasing levels of national mourning that commemorate tragedies that befell the Jewish people in the distant past.

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Tech to Keep Kids Engaged During Lockdown

As we approach 10 weeks of pandemic lock-down, aside from health factors, one of the most crucial factors in people’s pandemic experience is whether or not they have kids. Many non-parents may...

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