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  • To Honor All Children - Holocaust-Curriculum
    FREE

    This resource is a FREE resource to promote Holocaust education. This resource is from the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education

    This is a 5th-8th Grade Holocaust / Genocide Curriculum
    (179 pages)

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    This is a FREE resource that has been distributed by RaceBridges For Schools.

    The purpose of this lesson plan:

    • To examine some of the unique qualities of contemporary Jewish culture
    • To practice personal storytelling and listening skills
    • To examine the ways that traditional and contemporary stories can work together to address larger themes and illuminate our lives
    • To collectively address way to create a more inclusive community
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    Hands on Learning! Students will learn all about Hanukkah and create lasting projects while doing so with this 52 page unit.

    Includes:

    • Reference information for students to begin use to begin there learning journey
    • Create-a-book project for each student to complete
    • Research writing project
    • Dreidel template with directions on how to play the game.
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  • Holocaust and Genocide Curriculum for High School
    FREE

    This resource is a FREE resource to promote Holocaust education. This resource is from the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education

    This is a 9th-12th Grade Holocaust / Genocide Curriculum
    (587 pages)

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  • Menorah coloring pages
    $0.50

    2 Hanukkah coloring pages of the menorah – One is a complete menorah for students to color. The other requires students to draw in the candles and then color.

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  • Hanukkah Acrostic Poetry Worksheets
    $1.25

    Get students writing! The resource centers around Hanukkah.

    Hanukkah is an eight-day Jewish celebration commemorating the rededication during the second century B.C. of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, where according to legend Jews had risen up against their Greek-Syrian oppressors in the Maccabean Revolt. Hanukkah, which means “dedication” in Hebrew, begins on the 25th of Kislev on the Hebrew calendar and usually falls in November or December. Often called the Festival of Lights, the holiday is celebrated with the lighting of the menorah, traditional foods, games and gifts.

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