A collection of resources to stimulate students in forming connections between Tu Bishvat, our world, Israel and the environment. 

Tu Bishvat

Texts and activities curated for this year’s seder focusing on hope and strength.

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Tu BiShvat Jigzi Games, Printable Teacher Resources, and our Tu BiShvat app, "Make it Grow"!

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A child plays on an outdoor playground
On Demand

Sharing ideas and best practices about outdoor education.

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Boy picking fruit from tree

A Tu Bishvat photography activity based on the work of Yoram Galili.

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Tree in flower

Celebrate Tu Bishvat and develop independent learning skills by finding mentions of trees throughout the Tanakh.

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Tu B'Shvat Resources

The Lookstein Center's collection of Tu B’Shvat lesson plans, interactive tools, articles, and more.

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Tu Bishvat Seders

A collection of Tu Bishvat Seders that can be used as is or can inspire you to write your own seder.

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Tu Bishvat 101

Everything you wanted to know about Tu Bishvat and the links to delve deeper.

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Tu B'Shvat with the National Library of Israel

Learners will have fun while expanding their knowledge celebrating the beauty of the natural environment that surrounds us.

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Hazon Tu B'Shvat Haggadah

For centuries we have marked time by celebrating trees and our connection to the natural world this time of year. Nestled between the darkest days of winter and the blossom of springtime Tu B'Shvat offers us a chance to reconnect with the natural world when we often feel disconnected and cooped up inside. But just as trees are working hard sending nourishment to their roots in preparation for springtime growth, so too do we prepare for our reemergence into the world of activity following months of cautionary life. We invite you to use the Hazon 2021 Tu B'Shvat Haggadah as your guide in this celebration of life, nourishment, and hope.

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Mental Health Tu B'Shvat Seder

A mental health and self-care spin on the Jewish Holiday of Tu B'Shvat.

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Sustainable Nation

A documentary film that focuses on Israeli visionaries and their innovative ideas of how to confront the world’s water crisis.

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Etymology of Modern Hebrew Words: People and the Environment

Explore the Hebrew roots and origins of a few environment-related words!

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Israel's First Tu B'Shevat Tree Planting

An educator in Zichron Ya’akov begins a holiday tradition in 1890.

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Israel and Tu B'Shevat

A study guide of sources, history, activities and other resources.

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Different types of waste

A fun online game that teaches students which materials go in trash, recycling, or composting.

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Tree JNF

Program ideas, Divrei Torah, and Haggadot from the Jewish National Fund.

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Tu BiShvat Arts from The Israel Forever Foundation

Four fun Tu BiShvat art projects.

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Save the Earth written over plant

Students will learn the mitzvah of taking care of the earth. A perfect lesson to for Tu BiShevat.

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Holiday guides in English and Spanish that reflect both Jewish and Latin culture and traditions. 

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Jakir Manela portrait and a sunset

Jakir Manela, CEO of Hazon and Pearlstone, joins David Bryfman to discuss Jewish environmentalism.

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An intergenerational program where families create a flower-growing project.

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Learn about Tu Bishvat with Mishnat Eretz Yisrael, a modern Israeli commentary on the Mishnah.

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Hands planting in dirt

Ideas for Tu B'Shevat for early childhood education!

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Use this special Devash to explore: What is Tu Bishvat all about? Why does it matter?

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Fruits on Table

Two distinct Tu BiShvat seders from Lookstein and the Orthodox Union.

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A guide for Tu Bishvat 5784 from the Hadar Institute.

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Child with tree

"Each and every tree has something important to say. If you listen closely, you might too hear their whispers."Rabbi Jackson Mercer creates intentional spaces as a song leader. He is also the author of Wise Friends, a children's book that's really a book for everyone, filled with millennium-old Hebrew teachings. He also just happens to be this week's guest on Adapting! Listen on Apple or Spotify.

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illustrated earth and happy people

Lesson plans to reinforce Tu Bishvat meaning and ritual and our role as guardians of the land.

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Shemesh (sun), Geshem (rain), Keshet (rainbow), Anan (cloud)

Practice three letter Hebrew weather vocabulary by matching the pieces in the puzzle.

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