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Malka Touger

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This week: Jeff is happy to share, and he thinks he's being as nice as possible. But there is something he can learn from this week's Parshah about how to really do it with the best intentions
This week: Danny discovers why being the best student isn't enough...and how there is a deeper lesson in the Torah verse he thinks he knows so well
This week: A parking sign lets drivers know that the space is meant to be used for parking cars. A storefront with toys on its entrance explains what we can expect to find in this store. But it's not the signs that make things into what they are...
This week: We learn about a unique affliction that affects a person's body--because of things they shouldn't have said but did!
This week: We're told about the Kohen's responsibility to keep the flame on the altar burning--but what does that teach us?
This week: What does the small letter in the first word of the parshah mean? What can we learn from it?
This week: Ben tries to figure out why the Torah mentions Shabbat so many times, over and over again. Join Ben and his dad to find out what the mention of Shabbat in this week’s portion comes to teach us
This week: We read about the different kinds of metal that were used in the building of the Tabernacle and what we could learn from the inclusion of even cheap metals, like copper
This week: Sarit is always louder than the crowd when it comes to playing outside, but in school or when she is helping her mom with something, she is hardly heard. Join Sarit and her Mom as they learn from the bells on the High Priest's robe
This week: Gila is one of the best girls in her class, but everyone keeps on reminding her that she could do better. Her mom and dad agree that even though she may be the best kid in class, she should not compare herself to others
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