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Gan HaLev: Songs: ’Ani Purim
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Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio streamed directly from their servers. Today we celebrate the Eurovision song contest which is taking place in Tel Aviv this week. Playlist: Hali Video for younger jkids:. Giving Mishloach Manot reminds us that being a Jew means being part of the community and sharing celebrations with friends. Giving Mishloach Manot is a simple mitzvah.
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In the Jewish tradition, every act of celebration, every moment of significance, and every formal gathering includes an opportunity for giving tzedakah. Tzedakah, coming from a Hebrew word meaning justice, is the obligation to help those who are in need by sharing part of the wealth we have been fortunate enough to accumulate.
We are here to help! Purim is a time to celebrate and be happy. Share food, conversation, and blessings with those closest to you. Red Velvet hamantashen, anyone?
Ani Purim chords by Misc Traditional
Happy Purim! This scroll is called the Megillah.
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The children have been retelling the story on their own and with their friends, utilizing the character and vocabulary cards as props, taking turns to describe and act out the characters. We introduced the four mitzvot of Purim and will continue to talk about them and the ways the children can fulfill them. They expressed interest in learning more about them and we began by introducing them to the oman artist , Marc Chagall.
The children looked at books about Chagall and at pictures of his paintings. They learned that Chagall came from a small kfar village in Russia and lived in Paris and the United States, and that he had visited Israel too. This was a four-step process: They drew in pencil, traced the pencil with a black marker, colored with oil pastels and finished with water colors. During P.