Tag: Purim


Purim Puppet Theater!

I think this is my favorite Purim craft so far! I’m not sure who will have more fun, the kids who get to make this …

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Gragger in a bottle!

A simple Gragger! Use a clear plastic bottle with lid and fill with whatever you wish! Sequins, gemstones, candy (to keep kids quiet for Megillah …

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Hamantashen ‘dough’ makes SENSE!

It’s always fun to use a variety of textures to learn! Use all the senses to experience Purim! Here, these Hamantashen really make sense! Felt …

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Purim Puppets!

Puppets! A fun and imaginative way for children to experience the story of Purim a little longer!! These are the puppets we made (we will …

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Purim Scratch & Win Cards!

smart card purim cards So amazing to see kids completely thrilled about these scratch cards!! I give them out at the end of our Aleph …

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An easy Gragger idea that we will be doing in our Aleph Art Room next week. I ordered the graggers (maracas) from Discount School Supply …

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Purim by the Sea (Part 1)

Dear Shluchos, it was  a pleasure meeting so many of you at the kinus and I look forwards to being in touch! I am posting …

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Green Tea from Harney and sons. Glass bottle of Pellegrino, hamantashen and a Health trail mix bar (Trio). Simple paper bag with window keeps the feel organic and eco friendly!

Purim with a Taste of Italy

Purim with a taste of Italy was also so much fun! It was delicious food, including foccacia, meat sauce, vegetarian sauce, pesto pasta, ceasar salad …

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Although very cute indeed (and delicious too!), this was very time consuming and didn't produce bulk quantities quick enough. So personally I would omit this item unless you own one of those bread pretzel concession heaters...(which is on a wish list of mine!) Good Luck!

Menu for Purim in the Ball Park

There were a few requests for the food items served so here are some ideas from our menu: For the Ball Park theme (and to …

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An easy Buffet Table center piece...A large glass cylinder vase, punch bowl, filled with peanuts. Then add baseballs, a baseball glove and another ball! You can either purchase baseballs from sports stores (if you know your boys will enjoy future use out of them!) or you can order fake cheaper ones from bulk stores like oriental trading. Even the squishy stress ball ones would work! I Wrapped a ribbon around it with a paper card in red and a label...keeping with my color scheme. You can add a box under the table linen to give it even more height if you wish. (If you are worried about Peanut allergy, try using popcorn or only baseballs).

Purim in the Ball Park

Do we ever take a day to recover? Sometimes I wonder…. as I lie in bed falling asleep the night that Chanukah ended, dreamily brainstorming …

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