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Resources for Families

Dear Families,

We know how hard it can be for you to stay inside-all-day-long! So we wanted to let you know about some fun online opportunities for families of all ages that are being offered by many Jewish organizations across the country Resources: This list highlights’s best content to help families talk about important issues through a Jewish lens and do Jewish themed activities at home.

Judaism Under Quarantine - URJ Resources!

PJ Library Resources for Quarantined Families

Online Jewish Studies Learning Options

Playlists from

Stories We Tell Podcast: Nearly 140 Jewish stories and transcripts are available; each  episode ends with a question for further discussion. 

For elementary, middle, and high school children, you can find activities from the URJ Northeast Camps. And you don’t have to be a camper to enjoy many of them!
**Check out this cool science experiment done by Sci-tech—"Combustion Taglit" Watch The Recording

Or go beyond the Northeast and take a look at the offerings from ALL the URJ Camps and NFTY Regions from across the United States: CLICK HERE - Again, be sure to look for registration details for some of the programs (they may be listed as “tickets” but there is no cost for them.)

High school students can also find a variety of fun and meaningful opportunities through BBYO :

For additional ideas of activities to help keep children of all ages busy, take a look at THIS LIST

Middle and high school students will find some fun conversation starters HERE : (please note that some content is geared toward older teens)

And finally, for high school juniors and seniors, if you’re missing out on touring colleges, then check out this list of colleges that offer virtual tours , compiled by the Director Of Enrollment Management at Gratz College:

Wed, June 29 2022 30 Sivan 5782