A theme party featuring Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) party supplies including printable games, balloons, invitations, favors, plates, decorations, centerpieces, tablecloths, pinatas, and more for Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year)
parties. Rosh Hashanah is a very special Holiday as its New Years for the Jewish communities, so celebrate large and invite all your loved ones. Give the guests something to remember this day by; engraved albums do great party favors. Engraved planners are also amazing for a New Year’s event. By giving the invites a little something, it allows everyone to feel very welcome and you will appear as the best party planner of the century, enjoy. Go here for Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) Party Supplies
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Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) occurs on the first and second days of Tishri. In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah means head of the year or first of the year. There are many themed tableware party supplies such as plates, napkins, cups, and table covers to choose from. Rosh Hashanah party supplies are not only limited to tableware items but also Dreidels, cutouts, candles, danglers, Menorahs, and balloons.
There are numerous printable games for Rosh Hashanah, which include word games, word find, and word scramble.
There are numerous party games and activities for Rosh Hashanah. For this party game, each child chooses a partner and stands opposite to her, so two long lines are formed. Each couple holds a candle between them, as high as they can lift their arms, so as to form an arch. The couple standing at the top of the lines run through the arch without letting go of the candle, and station themselves at the bottom of the lines, raising their candle again to continue the arch. Whoever breaks the arch or drops the candle loses.
Pass The Yarmulke consists of players in 2 circles with one player in each circle has a yarmulke on his/her head. The object is to pass the hat round the circle. The players must not use their hands while passing the yarmulke from head to head. The team, which passes the yarmulke round the circle the first, wins the game.