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Yom Hashoa at Broughton Jewish Cassel Fox, Manchester, 2015 – David Witkin

Shani Miller and I went on a week long course at Yad Vashem to learn about teaching the Holocaust to children of different ages. One of Yad Vashem’s teaching philosophies
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Gaming and the Four Sons of the Hagada – Eli Kannai

At the Seder night we read: The Torah speaks of four children: One is wise, one is wicked, one is simple and one does not know how to ask. The
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MJGDS interviewed on News4JAX TV news

Local students from Martin J. Gottlieb Jewish Day School teamed up with Jewish Interactive to design a new game for Passover. The game is called Race to the Red Sea
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Link to the original blog post. It’s day one of spring break and my kids are already bored. Time to download the “Race to the Red Sea” Video Game, created by 7th
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Great Passover Video Game: Race to the Red Sea – Created by 7th Graders!

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Just in time for Passover, Download “Race to the Red Sea” Video Game!

Click here for link to the original blog post Just in time for Passover, download “Race to the Red Sea” Video Game, created by 7th graders at a Jewish Day
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JI Studio workshop at Mathilda Marks, London

Video of JI Studio creations done by pupils at Mathilda Marks Kennedy primary school in London, at their Pesach iPad workshop, March 2015.  


JI Studio: Sammy M, parent to 6 year-old son

I just want to thank you for what you are doing with Jewish interactive. I really love JI Studio and I want to share with you what my 6 year
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Chanukah artwork from JI Studio - Grade 2

JI Studio: Sara Halberstadt, Yeshivat Noam, Grade 2

We did a review of the Halachot of Chanukah. Each pair of students were given a question word and they were told to answer and illustrate it using JI studio.
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Jewish News UK

Apple a day helps Jewish education – The Jewish News

Jewish Interactive’s iPad Discovery day training at Apple headquarters in Regents Street London, December 2014. Article in the The Jewish News, 8 January 2015