Shabbat fun for children is given a fresh and tasty twist with Edible Parsha projects. These easy to create, hands-on treats are based within context of weekly Torah portion for children of all ages and stages.
Edible Parsha is a creation by Batya Jacob, director of the International Jewish Resource Center for Inclusion and Special Education, a division of Yachad/NJCD.
In this parsha, Avram is told to leave his father and idol worship and follow God to a new land and way of life.
Have the participants take off their shoes and socks.
Dip each foot in the whipped cream.
Make footmarks across the page.
This can be done as a class or group project as well. Use a large sheet of paper and have the children take turns making the foot prints.
Markers or food coloring
Take a piece of construction paper and line it to look like a welcome mat.
Use the food coloring to write “Welcome” or “bruchim haba’im” (can use markers to make it easier).
Dip hands in the jam and make handprints to decorate.
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