New Series from MyMaor Plus Prepares Kids for Tishrei

If you’re a parent looking to provide your older kids with a meaningful and engaging educational experience this Tishrei season, look no further than “Yiddenburg,” the latest series from MyMaor Plus.

Educational Entertainment for Older Kids

The first series from MyMaor Plus “Beis Rabbeinu”, garnered rave reviews and enthusiastic feedback from parents and children alike. With “Yiddenburg,” the creators have taken their commitment to educational entertainment to the next level. This series promises to be a captivating journey through the Yomim Tovim of Tishrei. 

Preparation with Purpose

What sets “Yiddenburg” apart is its focus on delivering the Rebbe’s message for each Yom Tov in a way that resonates with children. Through a dramatic and engaging storyline, kids are not just entertained but also educated about the deeper meanings and significance of the upcoming Yomin Tovim. 

A Journey Through Tishrei

As the series unfolds, children will find themselves immersed in the world of “Yiddenburg,” where they’ll embark on a journey through the Yomim Tovim of Tishrei. From Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah, each episode will unveil the unique message of these Yomim Tovim. This approach ensures that children not only understand the significance of these special days but also feel connected to them on a personal level. 

The Magic of Storytelling

Through the power of storytelling, “Yiddenburg” brings to life the traditions, customs, and values that are central to Tishrei’s Yomim Tovim. The dramatic narrative, relatable characters, and vivid visuals will captivate young minds while imparting essential lessons about their mission in life. 

A Valuable Resource for Families

For parents, “Yiddenburg” serves as a valuable resource for fostering discussions about the holidays and their significance. It’s an opportunity for families to come together, learn, and celebrate the beauty of our Yomim Tovim. 

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