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  • How To Make a Kippah

    Follow these straightforward instructions to make your own kippah or yarmulke for Jewish services or events.
  • How To Become a Moyel

    A very important milestone in a Jewish boy's life is his circumcision. This very important and very complex procedure is usually performed by a Moyel (Mohel).
  • How To Wrap Tefillin

    There are a number of steps involved to properly lay tefillin. Learn how to lay tefillin in the traditional way.
  • How To Buy a Shofar

    A shofar is used to perform the Jewish call to worship. It’s traditionally made of a hollowed ram's horn. When buying a shofar, consider your needs.
  • How To Order Greetings from the White House

    If you or someone you know is celebrating a special occasion, you can write to the White House and request that the president acknowledge the special date with a...
  • How To Plan a Bar Mitzvah

    Here are some basic guidelines and tips for planning this very special event in your child's life.
  • How To Excel in Your Studies

    Learning how to strive for excellence and how to appreciate what comes at the end.
  • How To Plan a Trip to the Holy Land

    Do you keep putting off your visit to Israel, as if it's a trip you can make only once in a lifetime? Are you intending to go someday when your kids are grown, or your...
  • How To Know If Food is Kosher

    Perhaps now, more than any other time in history, it is easy to determine what foods in the supermarket are kosher. With pre-printed packaging, it is as easy as...
  • Avoid Being Seen as a Shiksa: Jewish Traditions and Customs

    Shiksa is Yiddish slang for a woman who is not Jewish. It is always pejorative, and is most often used in reference to a non-Jewish woman who is partnered with a...
  • How To Make Hanukkah Crafts

    Creating Hanukkah crafts is a wonderful way to spend some creative time together with your child. Whenever possible, turn first to your child for unique ideas of his...
  • How To Play Dreidel

    Playing the dreidel game is a Jewish tradition that the entire family can enjoy together during Hanukkah. If you don't already have a dreidel, visit our article...
  • How To Buy a Menorah

    The menorah is the central religious symbol of Hanukkah and such a fundamental symbol in Jewish faith that it appears on Israel's coat of arms. The origin of the...
  • How To Understand Hanukkah

    Hanukkah is coming and that means... what does that mean? If you're not of the Jewish faith, Hanukkah may mean only a few things: dreidels, menorahs, that Adam...