Monday, September 3, 2012

Educational Stamps, Websites and Videos for the Jewish New Year

Hi Everyone!

Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year 5773, begins Sunday night, September 16, 2012.

I scanned and posted on my website the new Israeli stamps that were issued in September 2012.

I included the stamp itself, the first day cover, and an English and a Hebrew flyer about the stamp.

- Festivals 2012 - The Month of the Tishrei
Rosh Hashanah, Tashlikh
Yom Kippur, Kol Nidrei Prayers
Sukkot, Bear the Lulav

- Thanks to Them - Senior Citizens Contribution to Israel

- 100 Years - Hadassah
The Women's Zionist Organization of Ameica

- The Highest and Lowest Places on Earth
Israel-Nepal Joint Issue

- Tourism - Visit Israel
Rosh Hanikra

- IPA - International Police Association, Israel - 50 Years

The new stamp images are located at:

I also uploaded the images to Facebook.
The Facebook address is:

The Jewish Trivia Quiz
has 55 multiple choice questions about Rosh Hashana.

Which special prayer is said in the days before Rosh Hashana ?
Which group of foods is customary to eat on Rosh Hashana ?
What are the other three names of Rosh Hashana ?
How many times is the shofar sounded during Rosh Hashana ?
Which food is customary NOT to eat on Rosh Hashana ?

The above questions are examples from the multiple choice
Flash quiz. There are two levels of questions and two timer
settings. Adults and children will find The Jewish Trivia Quiz
entertaining and educational.

Rosh Hashana Clipart
Whether you need a picture for your child's class project, a graphic for your synagogue, Hillel or JCC New Year announcement, the Jewish Clipart Database has the pictures for you. You can copy, save and print the graphics in three different sizes.

Rosh Hashana Cool Videos
The list has 173 cool Rosh HaShana videos.
There is something for everyone.

To learn more about Rosh Hashana , I posted on my website
74 links ranging from laws and customs to games and recipes.
Site languages include English, Hebrew, French, German, Italian,
Portugese, Russian and Spanish.

Last but not least, the 3 Year Jewish Holiday Calendar
is located at:

For best printed results use the Acrobat PDF file.
When printing the PDF file use the print option "fit to print margins".

Please share the resources. Thanks!

Shana Tova - Have a Good Year!

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