1. Tu B'Shevat
A Kid's Guide to the Tu B'Shvat Seder!
From Shaboom!: "Celebrate Tu B’shvat by hosting or attending a seder. When we typically think of a seder, we think Passover and matzo ball soup. But actually, "seder" is just a Jewish term to describe a special meal that commemorates a certain holiday or story. The Tu B’shvat seder celebrates trees and its fruit. This video will teach you everything you need to know! Tu B'shvat is a Jewish holiday that occurs on the 15th of the Hebrew month Shevat, which is usually around January or February in the secular calendar. On Tu B'shvat we celebrate the trees by planting trees, having a seder honoring fruit from the trees, and going outside and enjoying trees. What will you do to celebrate the birthday of the trees?"