The Jewish Children's Museum is the first and only fully-interactive Jewish museum created for and geared towards children. Through multi-media technology, the varied textures of Jewish history, values, and culture come to life, and meets New York State Learning Standards.
is geared for Public School students, introducing them to a colorful array of customs and traditions in the Jewish culture. Experienced museum educators will guide students as they step back in time to explore the Jewish holiday cycle in a quaint, cobblestoned village.
Students will shop in a kid-sized Kosher supermarket, press olive oil for the Hanukkah menorah, and crawl through the world’s largest challah-bread. They will enjoy a live, interactive game show and get creative with a Jewish themed craft, to take home as a souvenir.
As students examine the roots and basis for many Jewish customs, they will recognize manners of conduct that stand at the root of practices found in other cultures around the world.
WHY DO JEWS WEAR BLACK? DO ALL JEWS
SPEAK HEBREW? DO BOYS AND GIRLS GO TO
SCHOOL TOGETHER? IS EVERY JEWISH BOY A
RABBI? WHERE ARE JEWS FROM?
- PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS
THE JEWISH CHILDREN’S MUSEUM… IS A
SHINING EXAMPLE OF HUMANITY’S ABILITY
TO EFFECT POSITIVE CHANGE.
- NYC MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG