Here’s a great idea for celebrating the High Holy Days from Susie Wolfson’s Recipes for Memories scrapbook:

tashlichOn the second day of Rosh Hashana when our kids were in preschool, we celebrated tashlikh – the “casting off of the bad behaviors” into a body of water by talking about which ones we wanted to get rid of – yelling, fighting, not sharing, hurting, hating, bullying, pushing. We then helped the kids write the words on slices of white bread. Then, we joined a group of friends that afternoon and walked to a nearby stream where we tore the pieces and threw them into the water. The birds loved it. We took a photo of the activity and printed it on postcards for our New Year’s greeting card the following year. 
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