A theme party featuring Yom Kippur party supplies including printable games, balloons, invitations, favors, plates, decorations, centerpieces, tablecloths, pinatas, and more for Yom Kippur
parties. Yom Kippur is one of the most important Holidays of the Jewish year and should be celebrated with many party supplies for an amazing atmosphere. Make your own imprinted prayers on nicely decorated sheets and pass them out to the guests as you all gather to pray. Yom Kippur is a holiday in where lots of praying takes place so plan accordingly. Have confetti in the tables as well as flower arrangements for a lovely event. Go here for Yom Kippur Party Supplies
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Yom Kippur is one of the holiest days of the year for the Jewish people emphasizing atonement and repentance. Jews traditionally observe this holy day with a 25-hour period of fasting and intensive prayer, often spending most of the day in synagogue services.
With that being said, it is also a time for celebration as well. Yum Kippur party supplies include blue napkins, cups, forks, knives, spoons, plates, tablecloth, and bowls.
There are many printable games for children, as well as adults, to play. Printable games such as word find, scramble, word search, cryptogram, and Yum Kippur double puzzle. These games consist of traditional Jewish related words and phrases.
Catch The Ball is a very simple Yom Kippur party game. Align the children in two rows facing each other with a six-step distance between them. On command, the children facing each other are going to throw balls to the kid in front of them and will catch the ball with both hands. Those kids who drop the ball are out of the game. Arrange the kids again, change the command in which they are going to put the left hand behind and are going to catch the ball with the right hand.
Anagrams is a simple way to get the children’s brain working. See how many words the children can create out of Yum Kippur.
No matter which games are chosen for Yum Kippur, it is important to educate children on other cultures to broaden the children’s horizons.