Category: Programs

Israel Land Map

Israel Land Map

| March 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

“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 […]

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Time Tent

Time Tent

| March 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

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 […]

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Tiku Shofar

Tiku Shofar

| March 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

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 […]

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Introduction to Judaism

Introduction to Judaism

| March 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

Free 25-week course designed for individuals of faiths other than Judaism who want to explore Judaism or are considering conversion.

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Subsidized Conversions to Judaism & Welcome Gift

Subsidized Conversions to Judaism & Welcome Gift

| March 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

Under the supervision of a sponsoring rabbi, costs related to conversion, including mikvah (ritual bath) are fully subsidized for men (non-surgical), women and children.

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Rekindle Shabbat

Rekindle Shabbat

| March 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

Create warm and wonderful memories in the comfort of your home with family and friends when you participate in Rekindle Shabbat, an award-winning, child-oriented, family-centered program.

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What Rekindle Shabbat means to our families:

What Rekindle Shabbat means to our families:

| March 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

What Rekindle Shabbat means to our families: “We have been meaning to start a Shabbat routine in our home.  With the starter kit and prayers, we’ve been able to make our Friday nights special for our family.  It’s been a key element of introducing our son to Judaism.” -Ashley Serotta, South Hamilton “My husband is […]

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