• Announcing New Jewish Big Books from Torah Aura Productions

    Posted | by TAPBB Editor

    Big Books are ideal for group story time.  The larger, colorful illustrations make details more easily seen by children in a shared story time.  The story becomes more visually engaging and helps to develop attention and listening comprehension skills. We are proud to announce two new books join our growing line of Jewish Holiday Big Books—one on Rosh ha-Shanah and one on Sukkot.  These full-color books are printed on 18”...

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  • NEWS2USE: Israeli Election Special

    Posted | by TAPBB Editor

    by Adrian A. Durlester

    Here’s the roundup of this week’s Jewish news for use in your classroom. Follow the hyperlinks for the best from the Jewish web.

    Will BiBi Be Back? — In just a few days, on February 10, Israelis will be voting for new leadership. Some pollsters and pundits say the election is already over, and Netanyahu and the Likkud party will win a big majority. Others say...

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  • News2Use: Elections, Mashups, and the Economy

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    by Adrian A. Durlester

    What Jewish Problem? Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz reports that, according to exit polls, Barack Obama received 77% of the “Jewish Vote.” Jeremy Ben-Ami of the J-Street lobby (a dovish pro-Israel pro-Peace organization supporting more direct and insistent U.S. involvement in bringing about peace and a two-state solution) told Ha’aretz that “American Jews resoundingly rejected the two-year, multi-million dollar campaign of baseless smears and fears...

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  • News2Use: Green Shofars, Tzipi, Baseball, and Honey

    Posted | by TAPBB Editor

    This week, we’re debuting a new feature in TAPBB. It’s called News2Use, and it’s by Adrian Durlester. Each week, Adrian (who used to edit C.Ha and Bim Bam) will pick a few stories in the news, talk about their “Jewish angles” and recommend ideas for bringing them into your classroom.

    by Adrian A. Durlester

    The Shofar — A Rhapsody In Green? This High Holidays Feature article written for the...

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