The LEGO Sukkot Movie: Jewish Holidays 101
On Sukkot, we learn that houses can be temporary, and roofs should have holes! During this fall holiday we build a sukkah to recall how our ancient forebears lived. A sukkah is very simple — it requires only two-and-a-half walls and a roof made of natural materials (called s'khakh) such as tree branches or bamboo rods. The sukkah provides the home base for a whole week of eating, sleeping, chatting, stargazing, and celebrating. In fact, Sukkot is known as z'man simchateinu, “the time of our rejoicing.”
Whether you need a Sukkot activity, book suggestion, or refresher on holiday traditions, PJ Library has you covered. The list below leads to all of our most popular Sukkot resources.
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