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Livin' in a Booth - Fountainheads (for Sukkot)
Link to lyrics
2. Sneak Peek: Monsters in the Sukkah
3. Sukkot Continued
The LEGO Sukkot Movie: Jewish Holidays 101
Video explaining Sukkot vocabulary and concepts:
(Text from the website above.) "Learn the basics of the Jewish holiday called Sukkot, including festival huts, lulavs, etrogs, foods, prayers and the spiritual meaning of all the unique rituals. This LEGO® stop motion animation is a great intro to the holiday for Jews and non-Jews alike. Written and narrated by Evan Wolkenstein - check him out at https://www.stylefordorks.com or https://www.twitter.com/evanwolkenstein Produced and directed by BimBam https://www.bimbam.com"
4. Sukkot Workpages
Click to following link to download a file with different activities for Sukkot from the Eric Cohen website. The levels of the activities vary from Elementary to Junior High School. Make sure your activities are appropriate for the students you are teaching.
5. Simchat Torah
Fill in the blank (cloze) quiz activity for students in religious schools. Recommended for advanced/Junior High and High School.
not finished here... The second day of Shemini Atzeret is called Simchat Torah ("Rejoicing of the Torah"). On this day we conclude, and begin anew, the annual Torah reading cycle. The event is marked with great rejoicing, especially during the "hakafot" procession, in which we march, sing and dance with the Torah scrolls around the reading table in the synagogue. "On Simchat Torah," goes the chassidic saying, "we rejoice in the Torah, and the Torah rejoices in us; the Torah, too, wants to dance, so we become the Torah's dancing feet.
7. Sukkot Words
8. Worksheet: Tishrei Holidays Crossword
Suggest level: 6th grades or higher
Note: You might need to review the vocabulary before the activity