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What is Judaism? Video
1. Judaism was the first major __________ religion.
2. The ____ __________ is seen as the center piece of Jewish laws.
3. Jews were often robbed, driven from their homes and killed because of prejudice towards
them called _______________.
Sacred Writings
4. The ________ is the story of the Jewish people’s journey.
Places of Worship
5. The __________ has 3 purposes as a place of study, assembly and prayer.
6. Sabbath worship occurs every ________ night and _________ morning.
7. The job of the _________ is to teach the word of the Torah.
8. The prayer shawl or Talit has 613 knots to represent all the _____________ in the Torah.
9. The _____________ is worn on the head to remind you that God is always with you.
Beliefs
10. Of the three branches of Judaism, ___________ is the most strict.
Practices
11. Sabbath begins at _________ on Friday and ends at sunset on ___________.
12. Kosher dietary laws are ways of ________ and ________ food. For example, all ______
must be removed from meat, no _____ or _________ are eaten and _____and ______
products are not served at the same meal.
13. The Bar Mitzvah for _____ and the Bat Mitzvah for ______ represents the time when a child
enters the adult stage of life.
Holidays
14. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish _________.
15. Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement when you make up for your ____.
16. Hanukkah celebrates victory over those who tried to destroy the Jewish ________.
17. Passover commemorates the time when Jews were freed from ________.
18. At the Sadar special _____ and ________ are passed down from generation to generation.
What is Judaism? Video
1. Judaism was the first major monotheistic religion.
2. The Ten Commandments is seen as the center piece of Jewish laws.
3. Jews were often robbed, driven from their homes and killed because of prejudice towards
them called anti-semitism.
Sacred Writings
4. The Torah is the story of the Jewish people’s journey.
Places of Worship
5. The Synagogue has 3 purposes as a place of study, assembly and prayer.
6. Sabbath worship occurs every Friday night and Saturday morning.
7. The job of the Rabbi is to teach the word of the Torah.
8. The prayer shawl or Talit has 613 knots to represent all the commandments in the Torah.
9. The Yanakha is worn on the head to remind you that God is always with you.
Beliefs
10. Of the three branches of Judaism, Orthodox is the most strict.
Practices
11. Sabbath begins at sunset on Friday and ends at sunset on Saturday.
12. Kosher dietary laws are ways of eating and preparing food. For example, all blood must be
removed from meat, no pork or shellfish are eaten and meat and milk products are not served
at the same meal.
13. The Bar Mitzvah for boys and the Bat Mitzvah for girls represents the time when a child
enters the adult stage of life.
Holidays
14. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year.
15. Yom Kippur is the day of atonement when you make up for your sins.
16. Hanukkah celebrates victory over those who tried to destroy the Jewish religion.
17. Passover commemorates the time when Jews were freed from slavery.
18. At the Sadar special songs and blessings are passed down from generation to generation.