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Found 8 resources with the tag "nature-based Judaism".

Becoming Shomrei Adamah

“Becoming ‘Shomrei Adamah’” is a program that is intended to serve a large audience with a wide age range and little or no experience in the natural world or with nature-based Judaism. It is a stations-based program in which small groups (in this case, groups of 4-8) travel from activity to activity on a rotation, […]

Torah Theater: Ancestral Wisdom in the Wilderness

This program, called Torah Theater, is about drawing from the strength of our ancestors, and the robustness of Jewish tradition, while preparing for a wilderness challenge. Serach Bat-Asher is a mystical, mysterious, wise, and perhaps immortal woman – what can we learn from her stories? This program invites the kids to act out some of […]

TEVA Bingo

Originally made for TEVA’s four day intensive outdoor learning experience, it can be adapted to any outdoor educational hike. This is a tool to help introduce the outdoor experience, allowing the participants to get excited for what’s to come, to be more engaged during the field trip, and to connect to nature in their own […]

JOFEE Gardening Activities

Here are some ideas for different activities to introduce children to gardening through a Jewish lens. These resources were prepared as part of the JOFEE Fellowship. “Farmer Michael’s Wagon Garden” is a 4 week curriculum created by Michael Fraade for 2-4 year olds. Children plant seeds in a soil-filled wagon and watch them grow over the […]

Judaism and Spirituality

Learn about various Jewish traditions and their spiritual basis, and how farming and sustainability can be spiritual and religious activities.

JFS – Introduction to Jewish Environmentalism

The following give a background to Jewish environmentalism and information on Jewish sustainable agriculture.

Kayam at Pearlstone Complete Curricula and Resources

Complete curricula and resources on Jewish gardening education.

Teva in a Box

Teva In a Box brings participants to the intersection of Judaism and sustainability for a small taste of Hazon’s experiential education curriculum.