Tzav: Resources and ideas


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Tzav continues on with the theme of sacrifices: who, how, what goes where, etc. We also hear a little about the meal offering. At the end, Aaron and his sons are purified and are initiated as cohenim.

I’ve got to be honest and say we aren’t doing too much with the parsha this week – Passover is looming! However, I do want to give more resources for those who are still with it enough to be doing parsha projects!

Links: Here are the Aish, Torah.org, and Chabad pages on Tzav. Here are some coloring sheets (they’re labeled Tzav, but they’re actually all Passover related) and a parsha song.

make a ketoret spice bag

 

Spiced chicken thighs

Make a spiced chicken or meat dish for Shabbat

“Ashes” cake – and you can make it kosher for Passover!

Lots of Passover projects are out there on the web, too: see here.

Are you up to anything parsha related this week?


About Amital

A die-hard listmaker and observant Jewish mommy of 5, managing the challenges of life bit by bit with the help of a Shalom Bayit book and lists. And chocolate, of course. Lots of chocolate.

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