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Rosh Hashanah Apple Sorting for Kids

The apple is a sweet symbol of the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah. If you have kids, helping them to prepare for the holiday means making the symbols and stories accessible to a young learner. Encourage your child to learn about this holiday while developing valuable problem-solving and reasoning skills. How can a holiday kids' activity also help your little learner with their cognitive skill development? Check out this easy apple sorting idea! Materials Needed Card stock paper Red, yellow and green tempera paint A paintbrush Markers Scissors How-To Steps Draw apple-shaped circles onto the card stock paper with a marker....

Rosh Hashanah Apple S’more Recipe

Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with an easy recipe that the kids can help you to create. With the fall weather in the air, making roasty, toasty s’mores are an easy option that fits the season. What do s’mores have to do with Rosh Hashanah recipes? This kid-friendly idea swaps out the traditional campfire treat for a holiday-centered one. Ingredients Graham crackers Marshmallows (you can also choose Kosher marshmallows) Honey Apples White chocolate How-to Steps Slice the apples into thin strips. This step should be done by an adult or a teen. Choose one color or use a variety of different colored-apples....

Rosh Hashanah Apple Print Art Activity for Kids

Dipping apples in honey is a Rosh Hashanah tradition that children and adults share. Celebrate this Jewish high holiday with a kids’ craft that takes the apple and honey dipping to a new, and artsy, level. Instead of real apples, your child will make their own stamper. And instead of honey, your child will use Paint. This activity is an easy craft to adapt for children of all ages. Younger kids can use finger or tempera paints, while older kids, tweens or teens can use permanent fabric paints to dress up tote bags t-shirts or cloth napkins. Materials Kitchen sponges...

Rosh Hashanah New Year’s Apple Card

The holiday Rosh Hashanah celebrates the Jewish New Year. Your child can wish family members and friends a “Happy New Year” with a cute card. This kids’ craft is easy to adapt and perfect for children in preschool and up. Apples are a popular food to eat for the Jewish New Year. Go with an apples theme, and have your child print “A” is for apple cards that she can give away! Materials Modeling clay Card stock paper Cardboard Scissors Green tissue paper Red tempera paint Clear-drying school glue Markers How-To Steps Cut a piece of white card stock paper...

Rosh Hashanah Challah Sandwiches

Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with an easy challah recipe. No, you don’t actually need to bake the challah yourself. Well, you can if you’re skilled in this area. But if you’re looking for a simple recipe that the kids will enjoy (and can even help to make), check these challah sandwich ideas out. Apples and Honey Dipping apples in honey is a popular Rosh Hashana holiday tradition. Along with dipping slices into a pool of honey, you can use this idea in a challah sandwich. Peel and thinly slice an apple. Smother sliced, toasted challah bread with a layer of honey...

Kids’ Apple Activities for Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. Dipping apples in honey (and of course, eating them) is one of the traditions to follow on this day. Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with a few fun-filled apple-themed kids’ activities! Check out these holiday crafts, recipes and games that will get the kids into the New Year’s spirit. Apple Prints You don’t have to waste food when making apple prints. Instead of slicing apples and dipping them into paint, dip them into honey. Press the honey-covered apples onto wax paper to make artsy prints. No, you can’t hang them up. But, you can snap...

Rosh Hashanah Snacks and Crafts

Rosh Hashanah is the first of the Jewish High Holidays. Also known as the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah is a time to reflect and prepare for the year to come. One of the most notable symbols of this holiday is the apple. Eating apple slices dipped in honey represents the wish to have a sweet new year. Help your child celebrate this holiday with an easy Rosh Hashanah apple-themed craft (or two)! Apple Prints Slice an apple lengthwise or cut it into wedges. Pour a plate of tempera and let your little artist dip the apple in. Press the...

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