Shavuot Resource Collection
The Jewish Education Project
The Jewish Education Project curated a diverse blend of resources for teaching the holiday of Shavuot. We've included lessons, games, discussion guides and more to engage your learners with the themes of the holiday.
Count the Omer and celebrate Lag B'Omer
Explore how the Torah teaches us to be good people every day in this Shavuot game!
A lesson for 4th-6th graders explores a nuanced understanding of the “golden rule,” V’ahavta L’reacha Kamocha.
Go on a fun scavenger hunt while studying the book of Ruth.
These Shavuot resources from The Lookstein Center include lesson plans, videos, songs, articles, and more!
Deep dive into the many customs of the holiday through vintage posters, advertisements, photos...and even recipes.
Learn about the origins of the Tikkun Leil Shavuot and the pleasures of learning Torah.
In this Shavuot project, each of the 10 fingers becomes a place holder for one of the 10 Commandments.
Activities for Shavuot. The activities include: videos, digital activities, games and more.
A lesson using the story of Ruth and the middah of sharing the burden with one's friend.
Get ready for the upcoming Shavuot holiday, while helping your students wrap up their school year meaningfully.
Shavuot marks the receiving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, and its tradition to eat dairy. But why?
Judaism has a lot to say about learning. This Shavuot, stay up late and enjoy learning about...learning!
Conversations with novelists, journalists, and judges sharing their reflections on Jewish texts.
7 easy recipes that can be done with children to celebrate Shavuot
a text study and discussion guide for Shavu'ot learning exploring our connection to the land through food.
A text-study considering growing from crisis in the Book of Ruth and beyond
We've got you covered with 49 days of fun facts about each number as you count the Omer.
Introduce students to this joyful holiday through two resources, complete with activities and guidance for active, creative learning.
A comprehensive list of Shavuot activities sorted into different learning methods and perspectives.
Students consider their relationship to the giving of the Torah by studying texts and photography.