Last Sunday, Jews across the world erected sukkahs in preparation for Sukkot that began on the eve of Wednesday, October 8th (15th of Tishrei, 5775). Sukkot concludes with Simchat Torah, rejoicing of the Torah, celebrating the end of the cycle of the annual reading of the Torah. Enjoy your time in the booth!
1.Shake with style in your Sukkah with a traditional set of the arba minim (four species): Lulav & Etrog are grown with care at special citron orchards in central Israel.
2. Thirty yellow Sukkah Decorations - TREE, DOVE, and OLIVE BRANCH - with 20 feet of white ribbon make a beautiful garland or individual hanging decorations for your sukkah.
3. When your child is finished with these ten assorted Celebrating In The Sukkah Placemats, that are chock-full of sukkot and high-holiday images, cut out the pictures and string for sukkah decorations.
4. Small, Medium, and Large plush Torahs are a joyous accompaniment for little ones at Simchat Torah celebrations.