This collection provides everything you need to plan a demonstration seder. It includes a pottery kiddush cup and matching Seder plate, Elijah cup,...View full details
Our Jewish wedding set includes a wedding card, ketuba (wedding contract), a bridal prayer, a groom's kippah and of course, no wedding would be com...View full details
Our tefillin do not contain scrolls, as it is considered inappropriate to handle them except when praying.
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
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
Full size prayer shawl with black or blue stripe. In wool.
Comprising tray with kiddush cup, havdalah candle holder and spice box.
Learn about Jewish festivals and traditions with the help of Sammy Spider with this fun series of story books. Suitable for key stage 1. In paperba...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
You can use this versatile StorybagÂ® to tell a range of stories from The Exodus, including: Moses in the Bulrushes, Moses and the Burning Bush, Th...View full details
May be used at Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur.
With velvet, embroidered mantle. Size: H320mm.
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
This handy pack includes a book about Hanukkah, a brass hanukkiah and candles, a wooden dreidle and Hanukkah card. The candles may need to be trim...View full details
In a beautiful design. Shown here in our Passover Collection.
Used during the Havdalah ceremony at the end of Shabbat (Jewish Sabbath).
Learn all about four key Jewish festivals with this set of books. Each book is highly illustrated and includes stories behind the festival, an expl...View full details
This would be placed on the table during a Passover Seder meal, to welcome the prophet Elijah, herald of the Messiah.
In polyester/cotton. Broche refers to the blessing woven into the fabric. It is not a mis-spelling of brooch! Childâ€™s size.
Here is a soft toy version of the palm, willow, myrtle and etrog used at Succot.
Used to cover Matzot during the Passover Seder meal. Shown here as part of our Passover Collection.
Decorated and silver plated wine cup. Used during the Jewish Sabbath meal. Size: H130mm.
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
20 A4 laminated photographs and a teachers' book containing pupil activities, vocabulary and background information. Topics include: The Torah; Kos...View full details
Nine branched traditional design in brass.
Pointer to help in reading the Torah scrolls. It prevents the scrolls becoming smudged and is also a mark of respect. Size: H180mm.
To hold a set of tefillin and a prayer shawl. Embroidered velvet.
Used to Celebrate New Year. Designs may vary.
Use these with our pair of white candles (sold separately) to demonstrate a Jewish Sabbath meal. Size: H65mm.
A colourful seder plate which is great for teaching the symbolism of the seder foods. Made in melamine so it is very hardwearing.
Vest-like clothing worn under outer garments. The fringes are a reminder of the Torah laws.
What do Jews believe? What festivals do they celebrate? This book introduces young readers to Judaism. Suitable for 6 - 8 year olds. In hardback.
To hold Tallith in place.
This book takes you through the Passover Seder meal. Shown here as part of our Passover Collection.
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
An embroidered cloth to cover the Challah loaf during a Jewish Sabbath meal.