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Shabbat in the Playroom

Shabbat in the Playroom

Shira wants to celebrate her own Shabbat at home, but her parents are too busy to help.  But nothing gets in Shira’s way: she makes her own solution!  The result is a charming Shabbat celebration that she shares with her stuffed friends.  The story in English is complemented with Hebrew songs and blessings.  Great for the preschool or religious school classroom or the home.  Great to put in your Shabbat bag!

Written by Galia Sabbag
Illustrated by Erin Taylor

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Shabbat in the Playroom

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Shira wants to celebrate her own Shabbat at home, but her parents are too busy to help.  But nothing gets in Shira’s way: she makes her own solution!  The result is a charming Shabbat celebration that she shares with her stuffed friends.  The story in English is complemented with Hebrew songs and blessings.  Great for the preschool or religious school classroom or the home.  Great to put in your Shabbat bag!

Written by Galia Sabbag
Illustrated by Erin Taylor

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ISBN: 978-161979638-6
Format: Ebook
Ages: 6-8
File Size: 2 MB

Available as an ebook at: Amazon.com

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Shira wants to celebrate her own Shabbat at home, but her parents are too busy to help.  But nothing gets in Shira’s way: she makes her own solution!  The result is a charming Shabbat celebration that she shares with her stuffed friends.  The story in English is complemented with Hebrew songs and blessings.  Great for the preschool or religious school classroom or the home.  Great to put in your Shabbat bag!

Written by Galia Sabbag
Illustrated by Erin Taylor

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Shabbat Candle Lighting from page 11 of Shabbat in the Playroom:

Transliteration: Baruch a-ta A-do-nay Elo-hei-nu me-lech ha-o-lam a-sher ki-dee-sha-nu bi-mitz-vo-tav vi-tzi-va-noo li-had-leek ner shel Sha-bbat.

Translation: Blessed are you, Lord our G‑d, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to kindle the light of  Shabbat.

Shalom Aleichem Song from page 10 of Shabbat in the Playroom:

Shalom Alaicheim Mal’achei Hasharet Mal’achai elyon, Mimelech Mal’chei ham’lachim hakadosh baruch hu.

Bo’achem L’shalom Mal’achei Hashalom, Mal’achai elyon, Mimelech Mal’chei ham’lachim hakadosh baruch hu.

Barchuni l’shalom Mal’achei Hashalom, Mal’achai elyon, Mimelech Mal’chei ham’lachim hakadosh baruch hu.

Tzeitchem l’shalom Mal’achei Hashalom, Mal’achai elyon, Mimelech Mal’chei ham’lachim hakadosh baruch hu.

Translation:
Peace unto you, ministering angels, messengers of the Most High, of the supreme King of kings, the Holy One, blessed be He.

May your coming be in peace angels of peace, messengers of the Most High, of the supreme King of kings, the Holy one, blessed be He.

Bless me with peace, angels of peace, messengers of the Most High, of the supreme King of kings, the Holy one, blessed be He.

May your departure be in peace, angels of peace, messengers of the Most High, of the supreme King of kings, the Holy one, blessed be He.

Shabbat Song (Today is Friday, Tomorrow is Shabbat) from page 14 of Shabbat in the Playroom:

HAYOM YOM SHISHI, HAYOM YOM SHISHI,
MACHAR SHABBAT, MACHAR SHABBAT, SHABBAT MENUCHAH.
HAYOM KOOLAM OVDIM, HAYOM KOOKAM OVDIM,
MACHAR SHABBAT, MACHAR SHABBAT, SHABBAT MENUCHAH.

Translation:
Today is Friday, today is Friday,
Tomorrow is Shabbat, tomorrow is Shabbat, Shabbat of rest.
Today everybody is working, today everybody is working,
Tomorrow is Shabbat, tomorrow is Shabbat, Shabbat of reat.

 

Birkat Hamazon from page 15 of Shabbat in the Playroom:

Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu Melech haolam,
hazan et haolam kulo b’tuvo, b’chein b’chesed uv’rachamim.
Hu notein lechem l’chol basar ki l’olam chasdo.
Uv’tuvo hagadol tamid lo chasar lanu,
v’al yechsar lanu, mazon l’olam va-ed,
baavur sh’mo hagadol.
Ki hu El zan um’farneis lakol umeitiv lakol,
umeichin mazon l’chol b’riyotav asher bara.
Baruch atah Adonai, hazan et hakol.

Translation (paraphrasing) as well:

Sovereign God of the universe, we praise You: Your goodness sustains the world. You are the God of grace, love, and compassion, the Source of bread for all who live; for Your love is everlasting. In Your great goodness we need never lack for food; You provide food enough for all. We praise You, O God, Source of food for all who live.

Here are some coloring pages for kids. I’d love to see your work.  Scan your pictures in and send them back for a chance to have them featured on this website or facebook.  You might even win a prize!

Click on any of the pictures below to download a full size copy.

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