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We have curated some fun additions for your Rosh Hashanah!
Here are some things you can do to help plan Rosh Hashanah!
Games & Activities that need little to nothing!
- Have a traditional meal – At the end of Yom Kippur tradition has a brunch-style menu. A bagel and lox brunch or a light bread with a savory meat. For Rosh Hashanah you could have Challah, honey glazed chicken with pomegranate, sweet carrots, Classic potato kugel with an apple cake.
- Do a Good Deed – Tikkun Olam is the act of repairing the world, one good deed at a time. At Rosh Hashanah, it is tradition to focus on spreading kindness through your actions, and resolve to continue your practice throughout the world. Let residents volunteer to help stock shelves at a local food bank, collect canned goods or old clothes to donate. Have a treasure hunt to find loose change to donate.
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What is Rosh Hashanah?
The crafts for Rosh Hashanah also work for Yom Kippur. You can make these crafts in advance of your traditional dinner:
- Kiddush Cup Ornament or Wine Glass Craft
- Make a Challah cover, just take a man’s handkerchief and decorate with markers or paints
- Easy Beaded napkin rings
- Here’s a cute stained glass fish for Rosh Hashanah that can get as advanced or as easy as you like.