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Rosh Hashanah Schools make Rosh Hashanah fun for kids

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Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2017 8:50 am

Between blasting shofars, snacking on sweet treats, family and community gatherings and a break from the usual routine of the school day, the High Holidays are a special time for children.

But it seems of all the delights on offer, kids are particularly drawn to the shofar, with its spiraling shape, shiny veneer and, of course, boisterous voice and personality. They laugh at the staccato bursts or marvel at how long the cantor can hold a single blast.

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