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Grades: 3-4 Building Jewish Life: Feeding the Hungry uses stories and hands-on activities, simple explanations and family involvement, students not only learn about "the things God wants us to do," but are encouraged to make them part of their lives.
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Description of this lesson
Some of the Big Ideas for Building Jewish Life: Feeding the Hungry
- Feeding people who are hungry is a mitzvah.
- When we feed hungry people we are imitating God, who fed Israel with manna in the wilderness.
- Students explain why feeding the hungry is a mitzvah.
- Students explain what it feels like to be hungry.
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