Children's Items Guide
Judaism is a religion that celebrates life and encourages having children. The Hebrew Bible instructs Jews to 'go forth and multiply.' Therefore, children are valued in the Jewish community. The birth of a child is celebrated with a ceremony and the family is showered with gifts. For boys, the ceremony involves a Brit or circumcision to establish their covenant with G-d at eight days old. For girls, the ceremony is about naming the baby. Children's items can come in many forms and are often passed down from generation.
Feel free to search through the children's items section for both religious and non-religious items. Whether you are looking for your child or to give as a gift, there are a lot of options to choose from.
What are Children's Items?
Children's items can range from clothing to school supplies to educational toys and games. When browsing through children's items, it is important to consider the age of the child and the occasion on which you are buying the gift. For infants, cradle accessories, baby pins, and baby rockers are perfect presents. For older children at the beginning of the school year, school supplies such as a backpack or notebooks serve as great gifts. For a birthday, a puzzle or toy is received well. Make sure to look through the Jewish themed children's items such as Aleph Bet materials or Israel placemats.
Children's items may be decorated with a variety of designs. Religious items such as children's Siddurs and Shabbat placemats may feature Hebrew text such as Shabbat Shalom. Hebrew is commonly found on stickers and holiday items such as Purim groggers. Many children's items feature the Hebrew alphabet in order to teach children Hebrew from a young age.
Many children's items can be used to decorate their room such as posters of animals, maps of Israel, and wall hangings. School items include stencils, book marks, rulers, and flash cards.
Children's items come in many different materials. These include plush toys and stuffed animals, wooden puzzles, plastic placemats, and cloth backpacks to name a few!
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World of Judaica has a wonderful selection of children's items to offer. Children's Judaica items include fun educational games, puzzle games, room accessories, and more. Children growing up in a Jewish home should have Jewish games and toys to celebrate their heritage. Whether you are looking for items for your children or to give as a gift, make sure to look through children's items for sale.
Our collection of items for children includes jigsaw puzzles, educational games, and educational toys. The puzzles are entertaining games with Judaica themes to teach your children about Judaism in a fun way. Puzzles serve as a great mechanism to stimulate a child's brain and help them with problem solving. Our puzzles feature Star of David designs, camel shapes, and the Alef Bet Hebrew alpha bet. Your children can start learning Hebrew with these lovely puzzle games!
Children's items also include a plethora of Hanukkah themed pieces. We offer puzzle games in the shape of a Hanukkah Menorah or Hanukkah candles. Our selection also includes children's dreidels for endless hours of fun. Your child can celebrate the festival of lights with their own educational games and toys. Give these items as an excellent gift to the children in your family during the holiday of Hanukkah. The kids will love playing with these games for all eight nights!
These children's items serve as both fun educational games as well as works of art. The puzzles can be displayed beautifully in a child's room, play room, or even living room. When put together, the puzzles serve as a piece of Jewish art and add to your home decor. Specifically, the work of famous Israeli artist Yair Emanuel is versatile enough to be multifunctional. Yair Emanuel is known for his use of vibrant colors and Jewish designs such as pomegranates and Jerusalem landscapes.
Make sure to browse through World of Judaica's children's items for the Jewish home for your family or to give as a Jewish gift for a Bris, birthday, or Hanukkah.