Singer Benny Friedman was put to test with a difficult challenge. Watch this video and see if YOU can think of any other songs he may have missed.
How do we make the Aseres Hadibros more meaningful to children?
Watch how Rabbi Manis Friedman speaks to a puppet from Yaakov Horowitz‘s SmallWonder Puppet Theatre using the brand new Visual Aseres Hadibros card.
The Visual Aseres Hadibros card, created by Menachem Benchemon, is now available at all Crown Heights Judaica Stores and online at Visual-Torah.com for only $2.99 each and at a special discounted bulk price when purchasing 20 or more for only $2.00 each.
Menachem Benchemon, creator of ‘Visual Mishnayos’ and the recently released ‘Visual Mah Nishtanah’, offers an innovative way to make the Kabolas Hatorah experience both educational and engaging, for children and adults alike.
Benchemon, New York State Certified in Education and Special Education, brings his creativity, humor, and resourceful approach to his work with students. This attractive keepsake provides both children and adults a visual understanding of the “Aseres Hadibros” and engages them to follow-along with the Krias Hatorah.
This colorful, meticulously designed “Aseres Hadibros” edition makes for a beautiful gift and will enhance the Shavuos experience for your children, students, Shul, youth group, or indeed any setting in which the “Aseres Hadibros” will be read or taught.
He suggests that Shluchim, gaboim teachers and parents distribute it as both a gift and educational tool to teach and prepare for the “Aseres Hadibros” and have everyone in Shul, both children and adults, engaged during the Krias Hatorah.
Open the 9″ x 9″ visual “Aseres Hadibros”, which presents itself as two authentic Luchos, to reveal the complete “Aseres Hadibros” text inside. Each of the “Aseres Hadibros” comes alive with beautiful original illustrations by artist Yanky Gitlin, along with simple and easy to understand English captions, which capture the theme of each Dibrah. In addition, on the reverse side, the complete Torah reading for the first day of Shavuos is included in a visually appealing format.