8 Ways Jewish Moms Can Get Their Child to Reconnect with Their Roots

A Jewish mom is a special kind of mom. She's the kind who makes you feel proud to be Jewish and who wants to give her children the best possible childhood and education. And, like all moms, Jewish moms want their kids to grow up strong and proud in their faith.

But as any mom of young children can attest, it can be hard to find time for yourself, let alone your child's religious education. Thankfully, there are many ways you can help your child learn about their heritage without sacrificing precious family time.

8.3 million Jews are living outside of Israel, according to The Jerusalem Post, and the 8 best ways Jewish mothers’ can connect their children living outside with their roots are:

Books to Teach & Celebrate Black History All Year Long

 It is Black History Month and I recently saw someone say that Black History is redundant and the reason he said this was because simply, Black History is American History and we should be teaching it all year long. We have been teaching a filtered version of our history to make it sound nicer, but the only we can do better is to teach our children the truth so we can actually learn from mistakes and do better.

Books to Teach & Celebrate Black History All Year Long

Today I'm sharing some books to help teach and celebrate Black History Month not just in February, but all year long.