google-site-verification=_AyRPvVpVTlkA4OSLOYs38MFpDU3qMUoVeCKEhSwMT4 Free Printable Lesson Plans: Free Printable Rosh Hashanah Activities

Free Printable Rosh Hashanah Activities


Rosh HaShanah is the Jewish New Year and is celebrated on September 13-15, 2015 on the western calendar. Falling in the Hebrew month of Tishrei, Rosh HaShanah, a high holy day, starts the Days of Awe. This is a time of repentance and it culminates in Yom Kippur, the high holy Day of Atonement. Here are free printable activities Rosh HaShanah activities and Jewish New Year lesson plans and crafts. Rosh HaShanah remembers when Moses led the Hebrews out of bondage in Egypt and is similar in sacredness to Catholic Christian Easter. Rosh HaShanah symbols include the shofar horn, apples and honey. Use Rosh HaShanah printables to explore and celebrate the Jewish New Year.
Torah Tots is a cute interactive website for Jewish children to learn about their faith. Visit this link for free printable Rosh Hashanah activities, games, coloring pages, lessons, crafts and puzzles to celebrate. A Kid's Heart details the celebration of Rosh HaShanah its place in the Jewish calendar. You'll find information, history and Biblical references to the feast of Rosh HaShanah, as well as other holidays that Jesus celebrated or observed. Make free printable Rosh HaShanah greeting cards to send to Jewish friends and family. Print free Rosh Hashanah coloring pages, puzzles and activities featuring different parts of the Torah story.

Chabad has a wealth of free Rosh HaShanah printables, lessons and crafts. There are prayers, puzzles, crosswords, party games, apples and honey activities, videos, recipes and family worship ideas. The Toymaker has created free printable Rosh Hashanah crafts. Print paper cut and paste crafts to make at home. There is an apple cut-and-fold fold box, a Rosh HaShanah greeting card to print and send and an apple decoration craft. PapaJan has nearly one hundred free printable Bible coloring pages from the old and new testaments. The old testament stories cover Hebrew traditions and stories. Print Jewish coloring pages of baby Moses, Aaron and Moses in front of Pharaoh, Moses and the Burning Bush and Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt. DL-TK has free printable Jewish activities for young children on various holy days. The Hebrew Rosh HaShanah greeting is "L'shana tovah tikatev v'etahetem." It means "May You be Inscribed and Sealed for a Good Year!"

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