Thursday, December 5, 2019

Educational resources about Chanukah and over 800 Chanukah videos

Hi Everyone!

Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, is observed for
eight days, beginning on the evening of the 25th day of
the Hebrew month of Kislev. This year Chanukah starts
Sunday night, December 22, 2019.

Chanukah is a wonderful holiday of renewed dedication,
faith, hope and spiritual light. It's a holiday that says:
"Never lose hope." Chanukah commemorates the victory of a
small band of Maccabees over the pagan Syrian-Greeks who
ruled over Israel.

The Chanukah Page includes lesson sites in several languages,
videos, songs, Chanukah trivia quiz, English Hebrew vocabulary lists,
recipes, games, humor, photos, clipart, coloring pages and
a map of the sites of the Maccabees 166-161 BCE.

The address is:

The Chanukah Video Page has links to over 800
cool Chanukah videos:

The video page will be updated as we get closer to Chanukah.
Suggestions for new video additions are welcome.


Please share these holiday resources. Thank You!

Shabbat Shalom,

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Updated: The Shabbat Page

Hi Everyone!

I did an update of the Shabbat Page at:

The Shabbat Page includes:

- English Sites about Shabbat
- Hebrew Sites about Shabbat
- Other Language Shabbat sites
- Shabbat Candle Lighting Times
- The Weekly Torah Portion in English - 25 links
- The Weekly Torah Portion in Hebrew - 13 links
- Find a Spot for Shabbat
- Recipes for Shabbat Dishes
- Challah Photos
- Shabbat Clip Art
- Shabbat Graphics / Posters from around the Net
- Coloring Pages about Shabbat
- Shabbat Multi-Lingual Word Search Game
- The Jewish Trivia Quiz - Topic: Shabbat
- English - Hebrew Shabbat Vocabulary Study Sheets
- 85 YouTube Videos about Shabbat
- Shabbat Songs and Prayers - mp3's and lyrics
- 175 Shabbat Songs on Spotify


Please share. Thank you.
Shabbat Shalom,

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

New Israeli Educational Stamps including Rummikub and TAKI

Hi Everyone!

I posted online images of the new Israeli stamps for November 2019:

Israeli Board Games
- Rummikub

- Ethnic Festivals in Israel - The Sigd Festival

- Muglevi - Cowardly Heart
- Kishta - Go Away
- Sanani - Hater

- Weizmann Institute of Science 70th Anniversary

The new stamp images are posted at:

In a Facebook album at:

On Instagram at:

Please share. Thank You!

Have a good night,

Monday, November 4, 2019

New Tutorial: How to Backup your WhatsApp Files

Hi Everyone!

I created a tutorial about WhatsApp backups.
You can view it at:

Feedback is welcome.
Please share. Thank you!

Have a good night,

US astronaut snaps space pics of Israel, salutes late father

Hi Everyone!

US Astronaut Jessica Meir posted pictures of Israel snapped from space with a caption saying the country was part of her father's journey.

"My father's globe spanning journey as a surgeon from the Middle East, to Europe, and eventually to the U.S. was an inspiration to many in my immediate and extended family. #TheJourney,” Meir wrote.

I posted the photos at:

Please share. Thank you!

Shavua Tov,

Sunday, October 27, 2019

The Noach Page

Hi Everyone!

I updated the Noach Page which has links to children parsha pages, commentary pages, English-Hebrew "animals" vocabulary, songs, humor items, and a section on Noach stamps, graphics and clipart. The page also includes Noach word search game pages in three languages.

The address is:

In addition to the main Noach page, I have a humor section with a collection of Noach Cartoons from around the net:

Enjoy and please share the pages. Thank you!

Shavua Tov!

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Photos of Chol HaMoed Sukkot in Jerusalem

Hi Everyone!

Today, Wednesday October 16 - Chol HaMoed Sukkot, I went to Jerusalem to enjoy the chag and to take photos.
I started with the Jerusalem Light Rail Sukkah at Ammunition Hill and then I went to the large Sukkah at
City Hall in Kikar Safra. I continued my walk to the "World Taste Festival" that is taking place along the outside wall of the old city.
From there I walked through Mamila Mall and then to Yaffo Street. At Kikar Tzion I walked up Ben Yehuda Street and I enjoyed the free entertainment on each block. It was really nice. Kol Hakavod to the mayor and city staff for an enjoyable day.

I posted the photos at:

I also copied the photos to a Facebook album at:

Please share. Thank You!

Moadim L'Simcha,