Archive for September 11, 2012

Rosh Hashana Gifts for Little Tots

Even the smallest of tots likes to join in the celebratory atmosphere of the Jewish New Year. If you’re looking for a great gift idea that’s appropriate for your special child’s first, second or third Rosh Hashana celebration, here are some to consider.

Toddler gift for Rosh HashanaRosh Hashana Gift For kids under 2:

Our Soft Rosh Hashana Gift Set has 8 plush pieces the little guys will love. They can play with the shofar, pretend to light the candles, and dip a plus red apple into the  honey “jar.” Two challot and a kiddush cup complete the set. They’ll love it!

Rosh Hashana Puzzle for Kids over 2:

Rosh Hashana gift for children

This beautiful 30-piece jigsaw puzzle is great for kids age 2 and over. It will help them learn about Rosh Hashanah histories and traditions, and they’ll love its cheerful artwork. It’s a great way to interact with children or grandchildren while you help them learn about the Jewish New Year and its importance.

Rosh Hashana Gift for Kids Over 4:

Rosh Hashana Gift for ChildrenThey’ll love this fun set of Shofars! Get them practicing early and learning the tradition of blowing the shofar to welcome the New Year.

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Just the Right Gifts for Rosh Hashana

rosh hashana breakfast basketHostess Gifts for Rosh Hashana

So you’ve been lucky enough to be invited to a delicious meal to kick off the Jewish New Year – now what can you do to say “thank you”?

After cooking for the Rosh Hashana crowd, your hosts won’t want to think about cooking the next meal! So surprise them with a perfect New Year’s breakfast! Send a Rosh Hashana gift basket including a delicious honey cake, some Bellagio coffee and an assortment of teas, and a jar of Sarabeth’s honey. Instead of dreading the post-meal dish washing, they will go to bed dreaming about a delicious, no-fuss breakfast you’ve provided. And you’ll be the first guest they invite back to break the fast!

Jewish New Year Gifts for the College Crowd

Rosh Hashana tower gift for college students

New college Freshmen can feel lonely on Rosh Hashana. For many it’s their first Jewish holiday spent away from home. Sending a gift for them to share with roommates, dorm residents and friends will kick off their New Year with joy. Everyone loves getting that little “you’ve got a package” slip in their college mailbox. Challah Connection’s Tower of Tradition gives them an exciting bunch of delicious little packages to unwrap and enjoy. They’ve love the traditional fresh apples and honey, rugelach, and amazing chocolate caramel apples. It’s a great way to share their Jewish traditions with college buddies. Or choose to send them a basket of Rosh Hashana essentials: challah, apples and honey, babka and rugelah (yes, we consider rugelah “essential”!). We have many other kosher gift baskets to choose from, too – just visit the website.

Kosher Gifts for Corporate Giving

Corporate gift for Rosh Hashana Jewish New Year

If you’re in need of a Jewish New Year gift for colleagues or clients, especially if you need a kosher gift, our elegant wine gift crate will always be a hit. A bottle of Binyamina Cabernet Sauvignon, delicious smoked sockeye salmon and flatbread crackers, some rugelach and fancy cashew nuts as well as a box of chocolate truffles – what could be a better way to say Happy New Year? The dark seagrass tray is a stylish accessory they’ll want to hold on to. It will always remind them of your thoughtful gesture.

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