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Make it Grow

Make it Grow  - An app for Tu Bishvat

By Sammy Morhaim | Tu Bishvat | 0 Comments | 26 January, 2017

We all love birthdays, the gifts, the fun the attention!

Well Tu Bishvat - The Birthday of the Trees is not far away and just like we love the attention at our birthday, why don't you give Tu Bishvat some attention with the ‘Make it Grow.

 

Jewish Interactive have teamed up with Pj Library to create this treemendous app for your little one.

Make it Grow

Help your children appreciate the wonder of nature

Make it Grow” is a fun, engaging app that encourages young children (aged 3-5) to explore nature in a new creative way, while learning about the Jewish festival of Tu Bishvat, when we plant trees and care for the earth.

You could use ‘Make it Grow’ at home or in school, wherever you choose to play you're sure to learn a lot about what plants need to grow and get those little minds into the Tu Bishvat mood. Then take it outside and capture planting real seeds in our photo diary.

Make it GrowSo why don't you download ‘Make it Grow’ today to learn come rain, snow or shine, all about how we can care for our planet this Tu Bishvat. Available across all platforms - download now!

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Sammy Morhaim

Written by Sammy Morhaim

Sammy Morhaim is the UK and European manager of Jewish Interactive. Sammy was recently Head of Jewish Studies at the King David School Manchester, an outstanding school, where he also led training on using iPads in education. An innovative and energetic Jewish educator, his passion is in keeping Judaism relevant and he often lectures on the subject. He is an expert in combining educational pedagogy with technology and has developed many digital games for Jewish learning. He has had practical experience implementing technology in his classroom and in many other school settings. Sammy has two BA degrees, in Humanities and Education respectively and he is a Qualified Teacher. Sammy studied in Yeshivot Ohr Sameach, Kerem B'Yavneh and Aish HaTorah.

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