The Jewish Educator Portal has curated an exciting blend of resources to teach the holiday of Sukkot and Simchat Torah. Included in our list are lesson plans, games, curriculum guides, activities, and more. We hope this collection excites and engages your learners about these important Jewish holidays.

Sukkot: Land of Israel and the Rain

This Sukkot lesson plan provides an analysis of the connection between the High Holidays and rainfall.

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Sukkot on Sefaria

A collection of Sukkot resources suitable for a variety of ages and learning environments.

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Independent Study for Sukkot

This Sukkot lesson plan explores Jewish texts in-depth and is adaptable to both online and in-person.

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Can you guess why the Sukkah felt lonely? Unscramble the letters to find the answer.

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Comprehensive set of Sukkot and Simchat Torah activities for diverse learning styles and perspectives.

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Be Happy - It's Sukkot!

Discover the joy in leaving the comfort of our homes to sit in impermanent huts.

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Sukkot on Ji Tap

Play Sukkot games & courses with your children or let them play on their own.

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Explore articles, explanations, videos, recipes, and more.

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Read it Again! - A Simchat Torah Family Discussion Guide

Why do we read the Torah again every year? Conversation starters for all ages.

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Not Your Grandmother's Sukkah: Sukkot from Neot Kedumim

A series of sheets featuring Sukkot from Neot Kedumim, the Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel.

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Booklists, activities, recipes, articles, and more from PJ Library.

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Sukkot and Housing Insecurity

A look at how Sukkot can draw our attention to those who are housing insecure.

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Why the Arba Minim?

This Sukkot lesson plan teaches the meaning and symbolism of each of the Four Species.

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Experiencing High Holiday and Sukkot Rituals Through the Five Senses

Filled with sensory experiences, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot have countless opportunities to create connections to Israel.

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Sukkot Shleimut With Wholeness AND Peacefulness

By utilizing the particular traditions and practices of Sukkot, we can strengthen our resilience and mental well-being.

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Explore the Hebrew infused throughout the holiday of Sukkot!

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A sheet exploring the fundamentals of Hakhel.

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Sukkot around the globe and Simchat Torah flags dating back to the 16th century.

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Local Lulav

A Sukkot resource packet with everything you need to shake sustainable, local lulavim.

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Sukkot Resources - The Lookstein Center

Start preparing for Sukkot and Simchat Torah with this list of resources.

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Each night of Sukkot, welcome in righteous biblical men and women. Explore stories and midrashim about each!

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Explore how sukkot (booths or huts) were built in different times and different places.

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Hebrew at the Center provides DIY Sukkah art activity to help students learn to describe colors and shapes when explaining how they built their sukkah.

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