By Brenda Ponnay
Graphic designer Brenda Ponnay contributed this post to ToriAvey.com. She’s a crafty, creative mom who writes the blog Secret Agent Josephine. This series of posts is kid and family friendly; each project will help children learn the deeper meaning of the Jewish holidays. Today’s craft: Rosh Hashanah Coloring Craft
Here’s something fun to keep the kids busy while you’re finishing up those last touches on your Rosh Hashanah dinner: a coloring sheet for Rosh Hashanah!
Simply download and print: click here! Then add crayons, kids, and fun!
Staying in the lines is optional.
From here you can cut out the circles (I used a circle punch because my hands get tired) and make them into a necklace, like we did. Just punch two small holes in the top of each circle and string the circles together with some jute or twine.
You could also use the cut out circles to play a matching game, like Memory.
If you are not familiar with Judaism, this document will help you explain Rosh Hashanah to your child. It also explains why the symbols on this coloring sheet are traditional for the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
To learn more about the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, click here.
For more Rosh Hashanah crafts, click here.
Have fun! L’Shanah Tovah!