Yom Kippur Resource Collection
The Jewish Education Project
The Jewish Educator Portal has curated a unique set of resources to help teach Yom Kippur and the idea of Teshuva. Find materials to use with any age and setting.
Guides, activities, lessons, articles, recipes and more from PJ Library.
Activity ideas for classes and groups, including discussion questions and frameworks for lessons.
Articles, essays, audio lectures, and video lectures on Yom Kippur.
A fun E-Book for young children to learn about and celebrate Yom Kippur.
Connect teshuvah, tacos, and National Taco Day to make for a real-life application of learning.
Utilizing the model of Alcoholics Anonymous's 12 Steps, the 12 Steps of Atonement Anonymous helps us celebrate the High Holidays.
Ishay Ribo's powerful song, "Seder Ha'Avodah", takes us on a musical and spiritual journey.
This three-part lesson plan from for high school students explores the argument between Yonah and God.
A discussion of the Tashlich service with texts and questions for all learners.
We all decide how to observe Yom Kippur. Would that change if a nation is pinning its hopes on you?
Consider themes from the story of Jonah and the Whale like knowing who you are in a storm.
In life we dip or sway and even move backward at times, but as long as we are moving somewhere, we are on a path toward growth.
Nachshon teaches us all about the importance of tzedakah. What a mensch!
A collection of sheets, texts, and topics for Yom Kippur found on Sefaria.
In these printable pages, you can explore how Yom Kippur is marked in different times and places throughout Jewish history.
Using teshuvah, tefillah , and tzedakah, as a framework, find three opportunities throughout the Days of Awe to reflect on repair with youth.