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Grades: 3-4 BJL Lifecycle lessons make studying lifecycle moments and practices easier for students to embrace. The eight lessons provide students an opportunity to look at the steps in a Jewish life. They can be used in any order with any starting point. Each unit introduces key vocabulary, basic concepts, and provides a story about each Jewish life cycle event. These lessons unfold eight major lifecycle events. Through stories and hands-on activities, simple explanations and family involvement, students study the moments in life that connect us to Jewish life and God. Families are actively invited to become part of the process.
It is a wonderful time when a man and woman become married. In some Jewish communities it is traditional for the man and woman to not even hold hands before the wedding takes place. this helps to make the wedding and marriage even more special. In some other countries it is also traditional for the wedding to be arranged, meaning that the bride and groom only meet for a short time before the wedding and marriage.
The eight lessons are
- What is a Lifecycle?
- Family as a unit
- Torah Events
- Bar/Bat Mitzvah
- Getting Old
- Teacher Guide
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