Velvet embroidered skull cap.
Judasim is a religion associated with a wealth of interesting artefacts. Replica scrolls, clothing items, books and collections of related artefacts have been carefully selected to help you understand and teach children about the Jewish way of life. Pictures and game cards, plus examples of a Synagogue are available for hands on play and discussion.
Pointer to help in reading the Torah scrolls. It prevents the scrolls becoming smudged and is also a mark of respect. Size: H180mm.
This resource is an interesting and fun way of helping children to learn about Judaism. The images include different Jewish symbols, ceremonies, an...View full details
Our Jewish boy persona doll, with yamulke and tallith, is a great way to get young children talking about religion. We've also put together a colle...View full details
A Mezuzah would be placed diagonally on every door of a Jewish home, apart from the bathroom, as that is considered an unclean place. Size: H150mm.
Judaism is a religion associated with a wealth of interesting artefacts. We've put together some key artefacts to explore various aspects of the Je...View full details
Includes cards for New Year; Hanukkah; Purim and Passover.
This soft play house introduces young children to many of the features and symbols found in a Jewish synagogue. Items include a menorah, the ner ta...View full details
May be used at Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur.
A detailed A2 poster with information about various aspects of Judaism, including worship, festivals, artefacts, sacred text and beliefs.
Learn about the features of the Synagogue with this wooden model which shows the Ark with the Sefer Torah which can be removed and placed on the bi...View full details
Not to be confused with the eight branched Hanukkah menorah, this menorah is seven branched and represents the menorah from the Jerusalem temple. T...View full details
A real Challah loaf which would be eaten during a Jewish Sabbath meal. This one has been varnished, so it's not advisable to eat it!
An embroidered cloth to cover the Challah loaf during a Jewish Sabbath meal.
Sukkot (Succot) is a Jewish Harvest Festival which takes place in the Autumn and commemorates the time when Jews lived in tents or Sukkot in the wi...View full details
Use these with our pair of white candles (sold separately) to demonstrate a Jewish Sabbath meal. Size: H65mm.
Decorated and silver plated wine cup. Used during the Jewish Sabbath meal. Size: H130mm.
A set of artefacts that would be used during a Jewish Sabbath meal. Comprises Sabbath candlesticks, Kiddush cup, plate, one challah loaf and cloth,...View full details
A symbolic Jewish candle, which is lit to usher in the new week, at the end of the Sabbath.
Vest-like clothing worn under outer garments. The fringes are a reminder of the Torah laws.
Purim is a holiday that commemorates the deliverance of the Jews in the ancient Persian Empire where a plot had been formed to destroy them.In hard...View full details
20 A4 laminated photographs and a teachers' book containing pupil activities, vocabulary and background information. Topics include: The Torah; Kos...View full details
Used to Celebrate New Year. Designs may vary.