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Talmud/Late Ancient Period is UP!!

The Talmud/Late Ancient Period is up as well as the Talmud Curriculum Guide and several other updates! Check out a video tour of the website to learn how you can make the most of what is available so far! As always, please feel free to let us know if there are any broken links, books […]

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Jewish Year Curriculum Guide is available!

The Ani Ve-Ami Jewish Year Curriculum Guide is now available in three formats: PDF, paperback, and kindle e-book. Hope your family enjoys journeying through the Jewish Year with Ani Ve-Ami! Please follow and like us:

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Jewish Year Curriculum Guide sample

Here is the Jewish Year Curriculum Guide sample: Jewish Year: Overview and Elul/Tishrei Hope you enjoy it! Feedback much appreciated. Please follow and like us:

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Curriculum Guide sample

Here is a preview of the Ani Ve-ami Curriculum Guide for the Tanach time period. It includes the foreword and the first two months. The full version is coming soon, G-d willing! Curriculum Guide sample Please follow and like us:

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Coming soon: Ani Ve-Ami Curriculum Guide: Tanach

The following is the Foreword from the curriculum guide that I’m currently working on, just to give you an idea of what it will contain. I’d love feedback! Please let me know if there is anything else you’d like to see included. ————- Welcome to the Ani Ve-ami Curriculum! This guide will help you navigate […]

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Original Texts vs. Midrashic Retelling: When to Use What

When approaching Torah studies, we recommended two categories of books: original sources and midrashic retellings. In this post, we will discuss when and how to use each of these categories. According to Jewish tradition, the Torah that G-d gave to the Jewish people on Mt. Sinai consisted of two parts: written and oral. The Written […]

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Teaching Jewish History

When we set out to create Ani ve-ami, we spent many hours hashing out how the history sequence should be organized. We knew we wanted it to follow Charlotte Mason’s philosophy, but Jewish history is so different (in length, location, intensity, etc) from the British history she taught, that we knew it would end up […]

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