This printable with unique simanim will complete your Rosh Hashanah. The Simanim printable showcases symbolic foods are eaten on the Jewish New Year.

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  1. Rochel:

    Thank you so much for this blog. I really do appreciate finding a place I can get things for the Holidays. I live in New Mexico in the boondocks and my nearest neighbor is a mile away on one side and about 4 on the other side. There are no stores where I can get materials for the holidays except Walmart and they cost a lot but they are what I would call cheep items.


    Jackie S.

    P.S. Our nearest Synagogue is 170 miles from where we live.

    1. Jackie, I am so happy you found our blog, and that it is a helpful resource for you. Wishing you and yours a Happy, Sweet New Year!

  2. Thanks so much!! I have a large crowd (fro me anyways) both nights with people of varying beliefs & background. This will be perfect as an explanation. Shana Tovah!!

  3. Thank you for the free printable materials. I am not Jewish but have wonderful “Family” who are and this enables me to send the children items relevant to their faith. I enjoy visiting your site and hope to be able to afford to purchase some items later this year. Thank you again.

    1. Hi Peggy, you are very welcome! I’m more than happy for you to enjoy the freebies even if you’re not purchasing! Enjoy and it’s lovely to hear how accepting you are and open to supporting their faith!

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