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Talk a walk on a trail with your friends and learn the story of Purim from the the yard signs along the way. Can be displayed indoors or outdoors. On the grass or on a hard surface.
20 18"x24" yard signs (30" H stakes included)
Here is some ideas that were tried:
Hold your camera over the qr code and a link will pop up. Press on the link and it will take you to the trail. Alternatively, you can type this in your browser: https://tinyurl.com/purimbooktrail. Here is a canva template with instructions that you can print on letter size paper and attach to sign #1 if you feel it is necessary. Canva
As a mom of seven and a teacher in the field of Jewish education, Dassie searched for a accurate and beautiful book that tells the story of Chanukah. She could not find one. After much time and effort, she created one: If the Candles Could Speak, The Story of Chanukah! She first published it as a exciting BIG book. With the encouragement of her fans and with God's help, she didn't stop there. Along with her co-authors she created more books. Her goal is to share the history and meaning behind each Jewish holiday along with captivating, realistic illustrations. Her books provide children and their parents an enjoyable learning experience. Jewish Big Books are available in various sizes. The best part of creating her books is hearing how readers have enjoyed them. Love the books? Let her know!
This Chanukah book is the Best Chanukah book I have ever read! It tells the story in such a clear and meaningful way for both children and adults. The illustration is magnificent and truly brings the story to life in an incredible way. My favorite part is how the author ends the book, bringing the message of Chanukah to us today.
I just had my big book copy delivered and all I can say is WOW! It is absolutely gorgeous beyond. So amazing for a wide age range and an amazing teaching too. Seriously blown away by this book.
Gorgeous...My teachers were blown away by your book!
My kids loved it! And I used it with Hebrew School kids, and at a senior home visit. Was great!