Jewish New Year cards are more important than ever this year.
In past years, I’ve talked about the joy of having kids create Jewish New Year cards to send to family. This year, when so many of us are missing being able to hug our grands and nieces and nephews and aunts and uncles, let’s flip the idea on its head.
Let the adults initiate the project – and ask the kids to add the finishing touches. (Or we can finish them ourselves!) This year, we moms and dads and grand’rents can send to family of all ages whom we are missing.
Rosh Hashanah 2020 Starts Friday, September 18th
We’re all about easy this year. So if your kids are younger and need a prompt, you can take any full 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of paper you have – white or color printer paper or construction paper. Then kick off the project by printing one of these traditional greetings on the outside:
Wishing you a sweet, healthy year!
Wishing you and yours a joyous New Year!
Fold it into the size of the envelopes you have on hand – trifold for #10 (business envelopes) or in half if you have 6 x 9 envelopes.
Make with kids - or for kids. Share your love with homemade cards from your heart.
Then invite the kids to work with you to design and decorate cards.
Check out the ideas in this post from a few years back – “Time to Make Rosh Hashanah Cards.”
And help yourself to the FREE Rosh Hashanah images – “Jewish New Year Cards – Inspiration for Young Artists” here.
More Rosh Hashanah Ideas.
Visit our Pinterest page – “Rosh Hashanah – Sharing Hopes for a Sweet Year.”
Download Rosh Hashanah Bingo