Kids Resources


Minno is the leading voice around the globe for using media to spark kids' imaginations and curiosity around God and the Bible.

They connect families through media that creates shared faith experiences, supporting parents and grownups, and paving the way for enduring spiritual growth in children. 

Shabbat for Kids

Each Friday evening, families around the world begin the celebration of Shabbat. For many, the evening includes favorite foods, company for dinner, special songs, and blessings. On Shabbat, families take a break and spend time together and with community. 

Hanukkah for Kids

Hanukkah celebrates the rededication of the Jewish temple after it was taken back from the Greeks in the 2nd century BCE.

Sukkot for Kids

On Sukkot Jewish families build a temporary hut (sukkah) with an open roof made of branches to let in moonlight and an open side to welcome guests.

Sukkot is a time to host guests for meals in the sukkah. The open booth is a reminder of how the Children of Israel slept after they fled slavery in Egypt, a connection to the story of Passover. It also resembles temporary shelters from the sun used by farmers planting out in the fields.

Purim for Kids

Purim is a holiday that feels like it's made for families. Traditions include dressing up, sharing gift baskets or mishloach manot with friends, making noise by shaking groggers, and staying up late with your friends and community. People do tzedakah and also read the Book of Esther, or megillah, which shares the story of how the Jews of Persia were saved from annihilation. 

Rosh Hashanah for Kids

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is one of the two High Holidays that arrive each fall. The other is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.

Rosh Hashanah is often referred to as the birthday of the world. It’s a time to reflect, sing, pray, gather with loved ones, and of course, eat delicious apple treats and round challah.

Yom Kippur for Kids

Rosh Hashanah is just the beginning of the new year festival. Ten days after Rosh Hashanah comes Yom Kippur, a day focused entirely on apologizing for our actions over the past year.

Passover for Kids

Passover is the Jewish People's Celebration of Freedom. This freedom is not merely freedom from (slavery); but it also means freedom to.

With this in mind, we are providing a host of resources - from games and songs, to videos and how-to guides which we hope will make your Passover as meaningful and family-focused as possible (After all, the Passover table already has salt water to symbolize our ancestors' tears, so why not layer on the positive, too).

Shavuot for Kids

Seven weeks after Passover ends, it’s time to celebrate Shavuot. This holiday marks the biblical story of receiving the Ten Commandments and the Torah at Mt. Sinai. While many families don’t regularly celebrate Shavuot, it’s a holiday that’s totally made for kids –a perfect excuse for sleepovers, flower picking, ice cream socials, and lots of other fun activities.