Concluding Mitzvot Unplugged Bnei Mitzvah Edition

Concluding Mitzvot Unplugged Bnei Mitzvah Edition with logosThis wraps up our Mitzvot Unplugged Bnei Mitzvah Edition. We are really excited with the feedback we have had and hope to hear from more of you in the future about interesting and meaningful ideas used to teach towards the milestones of Bar and Bat Mitzvah.

Focus of Mitzvot Unplugged Bnei Mitzvah Edition

I am including below a listing of these submissions as well as past submissions which are useful to those of you who are planning a Bar or Bat Mitzvah.

If you have any particular questions or are interested in participating in the future, please contact us:

If you would like to see past posts in the series, here are the submissions to date in alphabetical order, by topic:

Giving and Activities

A Letter to A Soldier [MU3]

Kesher Tefillin Creating Hands on Holiness in Daily Life [MU4]

Fun in Jerusalem Bnei Mitzvah Guides [MU4]

Melabev’s Bar and Bat Mitzvah Program [MU1] or Teaching the Mitzvah of Respecting the Elderly

Mitzvah Clowning with Areyvut [MU1] or Turning Jewish values into concrete actions through Areyvut

Sports Rabbi Bar/Bat Mitzvah Experience [MU4]

 

Arts

A View from the American Guild of Judaic Art’s Mentor Program by Flora Rosefsky [MU2]

Addendum to A View from the American Guild of Judaic Art’s Mentor Program by Flora Rosefsky [MU2]

Feel the Felt Program [MU4]

Kol HaOt – Illuminating Jewish Life through Art [MU1]

Torah Stitch by Stitch Project [MU2]

Tiny Ninja Theater’s Ma’amati, From When? [MU1]

Tiny Ninja Theater Revisited [MU3]

Using Papercuts to Teach Values [MU1]

Values

Learning Programs for Bnei MItzvah [MU4]

Review: Pirkei Hallel [MU4]

Review: Seven Steps to Mentchhood [MU1]

Training for Curiosity: Girls and Talmud Torah [MU1]

What do you do at a Bat Mitzvah anyway? [MU4]

 

We additionally have various posts that are helpful for ideas for Bar and Bat Mitzvah in those sections on the blog. There are also many bencher covers for Bar and Bat Mitzvah in our shop to use with the Bnei Akiva bencher. Feel free to contact us for more information.

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