Education Links

Custom Jewish Calendars

Jewish History

Information about the 29th of November, 1947

Jewish Agency resources and maps about the partition agreement:

New site created with the support of the Jim Joseph Foundation collecting the oral history of those who helped found the State of Israel

Thanksgiving and the Jews:

Tanakh Links
Recommended by David Riemenschnieder (Cohort 9)  The JPS Translation of the Tanakh
Recommended by Tamara Frankel (Cohort 10)  to expose kids to archaeology behind Tanach

Hebrew Language Link
Recommended by Ris Golden (Cohort 8)

Parsha Links

1.Sarah Hendel (Cohort 7) recommends this

2.Divrei Torah on the Parshah.  Some of the contributors are Pardes Educator Alumni and Pardes Alumni. This project is funded by AJWS.

3. The JTS Parsha link can be found in the December, 2008 newsletter.

Mishna Links

Kehati in English.

General Text Links
1. Michal Cahlon (Cohort 5) suggests this link (in hebrew)

Using Art to Teach Text Links

Specifically on the Akeida click here.    Also on the Akeida

Tefillah Links

Saul P. Wachs, Towards a Theory of Practice; Conducting Services for and with Children and Teens in Jewish Day Schools

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