The Art of Jewish Storytelling will be the topic of a presentation by Steven A. Rosenberg, author of the recently published book, “Middle Class Heroes: Voices from Boston’s Suburbs,” on Thursday, May 4th at 7:30 pm at the JCCNS, 4 Community Road in Marblehead.
Journey of Faith: On Becoming a Jewish Family Journey of Faith is an engaging 10-minute trigger film, available free of charge, which discusses the importance of conversion to Judaism of a non-Jewish spouse in an interfaith family. It tells the true story of Douglas and Jodi Smith’s conversion from an interfaith family to a Jewish […]
Gather Us Together is a traveling exhibit about the Ethiopian Jewish experience. Through images, music, artifact, DVD, oral histories, learning activities, and a scripted presentation, students will encounter an extraordinary story of faith, courage and homecoming as they follow the Beta Israel journey back to Israel. Jewish schools, camps and organizations may borrow the exhibit free […]
“Teaching about Israel using the Israel Land Map is a multi-sensory experience for kids of all ages and encourages play with a purpose. Students have a great time on the floor map learning about Israel through touch, play, stories, games, puzzles and much more. It’s fun and engaging.” – Dina Davidyan, Beverly The giant […]
This documentary is available from the Foundation for educational programs. Producers write “JEWS AND BASEBALL: AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY explores the connection between Jewish Americans and baseball, our nation’s most iconic institution. More than a film about sports, it is a story of immigration, assimilation, bigotry, heroism, the passing on of traditions, and the shattering […]
Using the Time Tent is inspirational Jewish teaching at its best! Bring Torah to life or take students back in history by using the Time Tent, a 10’ x 10’ easy-open structure that makes learning fun. The Time Tent uses the creativity and imagination of teachers and students, transporting them to the past to meet […]
The shofar calls us to action. Students in grade seven in religious schools learn the mitzvah of the shofar and the technique of shofar blowing. They take great pride in receiving their own free shofar from Israel, a shofar stand, and shofar instructional guide. The Lappin Foundation staff works in conjunction with staff of religious […]