Purim is a festival of commemoration and an intricate part of Jewish tradition. It finds its roots in an important chapter of history; when Mordechai and Esther prevented all the Jews of the old Persian Empire from being killed. Today, Purim is an amazing day celebrated by the Jewish community worldwide. For children, it is a chance to experience what it is like to be a part of that community. They’ll attend public readings, partake in gift-giving and charity events, and end the celebration with a fantastic meal. The more children know about Purim, the greater their understanding of their cultural heritage will be. What better place to start educating them than in your classroom? Educational apps for children, like Ji Tap are the perfect tools to teach Purim and Judaism in general.
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