In this week’s parsha, Moshe continues his speech to Bnei Yisrael. Again, there is a blessing and a curse offered depending on observance of mitzvot. The Temple is identified as the only place for offerings, and a lot of the laws of kashrut are given or reviewed here: which birds and fish are kosher, how to give a portion of produce, and firstborn animals for the kohenim. Some laws of the sabbatical year and jewish servants are reviewed. And last, the tree pilgrimage festivals are listed; Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot.
- Here’s a cookie take on the blessing vs. curse
- Here are some ideas about tzedaka from a Jewish Homeschool in NYC
- Learn about a healthy diet in this parsha summary from Adventures in Mama-land
- Here’s a kid friendly podcast
- A crossword puzzle from the parsha
- Make a dish from each of the three holidays listed, like Themed Thinking!
It seems many of the bloggers who do pasha projects are on vacation. Please share your ideas!