“Do you have any Rosh Hashanah cards?” “No, Go Fish! Do you have any Sukkot?” Each beautifully illustrated card of the “Jewish Holidays Go Fish” card game highlights one holiday from the Rosh Hashanah through Tisha B’Av. No prior knowledge is necessary! Hebrew with transliteration and English are provided for each word in easy-to-read type, along with a one-line explanation of the holiday. And, players too young to read either language can hold up a card and say, “Do you have any of these?”
You can also play other popular games with “Jewish Holidays Go Fish” cards. “Concentration/Memory” is fun for kids as young as three or four years old…be prepared to lose if you’re over 50! Or, for a change, play “Rummy” or “Old Maid.”
Playing “Jewish Holidays Go Fish” is an enjoyable way to spend quality time together, while everyone learns. If you’re looking for a great Rosh Hashanah gift that packs a whole year of holidays into a small box, for not so much gelt, consider “Jewish Holidays Go Fish.”
Locally, you’ll find “Jewish Holidays Go Fish” at the Israel Book Shop, Kolbo, and Shuki’s. It is also available online.
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