Preschool children from the Israeli cities of Modi’in and Elad prepared for the upcoming holiday of Shavuot – which commemorates the day more than 3,000 years ago when the Jewish people received the Torah at Mt. Sinai – by reenacting the giving of the Torah in a ceremony at the Chabad House in nearby Bareket.

Scores of children, along with their teachers, parents and neighbors watched a play about a child who decides to do more good deeds.

Afterwards, they all stood as a series of blasts from a ram’s horn harkened back to the first Shavuot. The attendees then sang and danced with small toy Torahs. …