Tag: Jewish Children

Team Imahot! Who Are the Jewish Foremothers?

Team Imahot! Who Are the Jewish Foremothers?

In Jewish tradition, the first three generations of Abraham’s family are extremely important. Abraham was the first to hear the voice of God calling him to go to the Land of Canaan. God’s promise of making a huge nation of him was what started the Jewish nation. In a way, Abraham and Sarah were the first Jewish people.

Forefathers (Avot) and foremothers (Imahot) play a significant role in religious Jewish life. They aren’t limited to their stories in the Torah, but rather are evoked in many prayers, teachings, and blessings. Their lives serve as a source of wisdom and learning opportunities.

Jewish Prayer: Bedtime Shema for Children

Jewish Prayer: Bedtime Shema for Children

Do you want to know what the Bedtime Shema for Children is? A beautiful Hebrew prayer and fantastic collection of liturgical art – perfect for your child’s room or for a gift.

Hebrew Prayer: Modeh Ani

Hebrew Prayer: Modeh Ani

Jewish tradition tells us, that right after we wake up, we should thank God for giving us our souls back. The prayer Modeh Ani is quite often the first one a child learns, and as such is a popular art to decorate a kid’s room with. It’s a lovely idea for a gift to the parents of a newborn or for a housewarming.

Hebrew Language: Colors

Hebrew Language: Colors

Probably the most colorful collection! Hebrew vocabulary for colors with matching background colors. Beautiful designs for children’s rooms, Jewish classrooms, Hebrew schools, synagogue, and for everyone who learns and loves the Hebrew language.