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“Grateful!” by “Miss” Emily Aronoff Teck Track # 3 from Good Choices, Volume 2 Inspiration Text: “It Is good to give thanks to G-d and sing praises....... More

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Note from the songwriter: Shabbat! A wonderful gift! Remind people to let go of their typical stresses and enjoy the moment....... More

“Hinei Mah Tov” is one of the most popular Jewish texts, the words have been set to countless melodies....... More

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Note from the songwriter: This is a zipper song- each time you sing it, articulate what is new and exciting for the particular community you are teaching/leading....... More

“Protect My Body” by “Miss” Emily Aronoff Teck Inspiration Text: Morning Liturgy “Thank You!” Activity: This song is a "Zipper" song, meaning that the nouns in the chorus can be changed each time the tune is shared to reflect the specific sources of gratitude of each participant....... More

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“Tikkun Olam” by “Miss” Emily Aronoff Teck Track # 7 from Good Choices, Volume 1 “Tikkun Olam” Activity This is a “zipper” song, which means that the lyrics can change each time the song is shared to reflect the people and ideas of the community that is singing....... More

Lyrics: Chorus: OH! Who do you know, who do you know who might live in a tree? There are so many different kinds of tree home families! Verses: (this is a zipper song, so you can do any animal you like!) This animal is a ___________ (show visual and encourage kids to identify animal- show picture, puppet, plush....... More

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