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We found 16 resources, 2 blog posts and 2 pages containing "yom kippur":

We Go To Temple on Yom Kippur

This story briefly introduces the holiday of Yom Kippur and explains that people go to temple on Yom Kippur. This can be used as an introduction to almost any of the Yom Kippur Social Stories.

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#We-Go-To-Temple-on-Yom-Kippur

My Parents May Fast on Yom Kippur

This story describes what fasting means and why people fast on Yom Kippur. It also explains that people who fast might be tired and need a chance to rest. This story is helpful for children who are anxious...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#My-Parents-May-Fast-on-Yom-Kippur

Children Do Not Fast on Yom Kippur

This story explains why children do not fast on Yom Kippur and gives suggestions about other ways children can observe the holiday. This story is useful for children who might want to fast like their...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Children-Do-Not-Fast-on-Yom-Kippur

People Wear Special Clothes on Yom Kippur

This story describes the nice clothes that people wear to temple. It also describes some of the special clothes that they may see people wearing on Yom Kippur, such as kittels and sneakers. This story will be...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#People-Wear-Special-Clothes-on-Yom-Kippur

How People Behave in Temple

This story briefly explains that people in temple need to stay in their seats and have quiet voices. Clearly outlining the behavior that is expected in temple is helpful to children with disabilities. In...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-People-Behave-in-Temple

What are Prayers?

This story explains that we talk to God by praying and explains why some prayers are in Hebrew. By explaining why we pray, this story may make saying prayers a more meaningful activity for children....

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#What-are-Prayers-

How People Pray

This story describes the different ways people say prayers: standing up, sitting down, singing, talking, whispering. It also reassures children that the Rabbi will usually give instructions about how to say a...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-People-Pray

The Torah Service

This story describes the Torah service. This story can be used to prepare children to participate by touching the Torah during the procession. This story is helpful for children who are anxious about going to...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#The-Torah-Service

Things I Can Do During a Long Service

Sitting through High Holiday services can be a challenge for anyone! This story suggests some appropriate activities to keep children from becoming bored during a long service. Fill-in-the-blanks encourage...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Things-I-Can-Do-During-a-Long-Service

I Went to Temple!

Catch your child being good! This social story praises children for going to temple. Such praise helps make going to temple a positive experience. This story also allows children and parents to review what...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#I-Went-to-Temple-

Why People Apologize

Yom Kippur is a perfect time to review the important social skill of apologizing. This social story explains when to apologize, how to apologize, and how apologizing makes people feel better.

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Why-People-Apologize

How to Accept an Apology

This document presents three steps of accepting an apology accompanied by simple boardmaker illustration. It is can be used for Yom Kippur or any time during the year. This document accompanies our social...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-to-Accept-an-Apology

How to Apologize

This document presents three steps of making an apology accompanied by simple boardmaker illustration. It is can be used for Yom Kippur or any time during the year. This document accompanies our social story...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-to-Apologize

The Temple Book

Let's go to temple! This story helps prepare children for a trip to temple by telling them what events to expect, naming the people and items they will see, and explaining what behavior is expected of them....

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#The-Temple-Book

What "Breaking the Fast" Means

This story explains the meaning of the phrase "breaking the fast." This story is helpful for children on the autism spectrum who sometimes have trouble understanding figurative language.

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#What--Breaking-the-Fast--Means

People Say Have an Easy Fast on Yom Kippur

This story describes how people greet each other at temple and explains why people often greet each other with the phrase: "Have an easy fast." This story is useful for children who want to practice their...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#People-Say-Have-an-Easy-Fast-on-Yom-Kippur

The Blessing of Inclusion is in Our Hands

By Lisa Handelman, Community Disability Inclusion Specialist at the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington , September 13, 2017

https://www.jgateways.org/Blog/The-Blessing-of-Inclusion-is-in-Our-Hands

High Holiday Resources

ys but is a great preparatory tool to use in conjunction with the High Holiday specific stories below. Download Tagged under: high holidays, yom kippur, rosh hashanah, synagogue skills, shabbat, behavior Customize Your Own Rosh Hashanah Social StoryThere are so many High

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday

Sweet Sounds 2011

ntroductionThank you Marni and Cindy, Rachel and Ross.  And thank you---all of you---for joining us today at Sweet Sounds. The Neilah service on Yom Kippur is replete with the imagery of gates.  We read: Open the gateway, Lord, open the gates For us and for our brethren everywhere. Open th

https://www.jgateways.org/Sweet-Sounds-2011