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8 Things You Probably Don’t Know About ‘An American Tail’

Posted on November 13th, 2017
BY JOANNA C. VALENTE for Kveller


Remember Fievel? Fievel is the adorable mouse in the animated series “An American Tail”–and its sequel “An American Tail: Fievel Goes West.” How could you forget the whole Mousekewitz family saga? The movie, which chronicled their move to America, may seem eerily like your own family’s story.

There are a ton of things you may not realize about the American Tail series, however, and I’ve compiled them below:

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A Story for Hanukkah and Going to the Doctor

Posted on November 6th, 2017
From the blog of AnnKofsky.com


More than anything, Judah wants to be a good big brother to his baby sister, Hannah. He even uses his new Maccabee shield to protect her from danger!

On the last day of Hanukkah, during a visit to the doctor, Judah refuses to have his shot. Surely, his shield can protect him from germs, too!

This charming book teaches about Hanukkah and also about check-ups from their doctor and the importance of shots.

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Sensory Play Activities for Babies

Posted on October 30th, 2017
From growingajeweledrose.com


Readers often ask me for sensory activities for their young babies.  While many of the playtimes I share are safe for young ones to partake in on some level, I thought it would be helpful to have a resource full of fun play ideas specifically for babies.

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When Everyone in Your Town Ignores Jewish Holidays

Posted on October 23rd, 2017
BY JULIE GERSTENBLATT for Kveller


When I moved with my husband and family from Scarsdale, New York to Barrington, Rhode Island four years ago, I knew I’d be making a lot of changes.

I didn’t realize that questioning my entire sense of Jewishness would be one of them.

The first inkling that I wasn’t going to fit in easily anymore came early in September, just as Rosh Hashanah did that year. My fourth-grade daughter came home from school and announced that her classmate was having a birthday party.

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Top 10 Jewish Words to Teach Your Kids

Posted on October 16th, 2017
BY AMY DEUTSCH for Kveller


I love the way certain phrases, sounds, and words add up to a special family vocabulary. I’m pretty sure my kids think I don’t know the word “head” because I only ever call it by the Yiddish word keppe (especially when I’m giving it a kiss!). My husband’s go-to name for a pretend person is Chaim Yankel. My son has taken to calling me Ima instead of Mommy because it feels more special to him. All of these together create our own unique family language.

If you’re looking to add a few Jewish words to your family’s lexicon, look no further than this list, featuring my absolute favorite Jewish words.

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