Watch: Using a blend of audio effects, custom-drawn illustrations, and a good dose of humor, Shazak Parsha videos keep children riveted as they listen, read, draw, and play their way through the weekly Parsha.
Thousands of frum millennials grew up with the sights and sounds of Shazak videos and books: Queen of Persia, Out of Egypt, and Miracle lights.
Now, Rabbi Moshe Moscowitz—the creator, voice-technician, humorist, and designer behind the beloved series—has unveiled the fruits of years of painstaking research, writing, and recording: Shazak Parsha.
Using a blend of audio effects, thousands of custom-drawn illustrations, cutting-edge technology, and a good dose of humor, Shazak Parsha keeps children riveted as they listen, read, draw, and play their way through the weekly Torah portion.
“Shazak grew out of how I taught my first graders many years ago, as well as a sefer I wrote on the weekly Parsha, called Tzohar Lateiva,” says Rabbi Moscowitz, a longtime resident of Chicago. “It has since become an all-encompassing learning experience that children all over the world—and their parents—look forward to each week. Our team is continuously adding new features. And the secret to our success is the feedback we get from teachers, parents, and kids. They tell us what works for them, and we make it happen.”
An educator with years of classroom experience, and an early adopter to technology, Moscowitz is also an accomplished researcher and scholar, a published authority on Rambam and other historic figures in Jewish history.
Since its beta debut last year, Shazak Parsha has become a staple in classrooms all over the world. Recommended for students between the ages of 3 and 103, Shazak lives up to its tagline: Geared for Kids, Great for Adults.
Originally released as an app (for Android and iOS), the Shazak Parsha Experience has grown to include a home or classroom experience with audio and visuals, quizzers, online coloring sheets, insights, mock news reports, games, and just enough silliness to keep kids hooked.
“Our students have never had so much fun learning Parsha,” attests Rabbi Avrohom Wagshul, 1st-grade teacher at Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills, CA. “As soon as I turn on Shazak, the room goes quiet, and I know that we are in for a wholesome learning experience, peppered by lots of laughs.”
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Videos | Over 1,000 Custom Pictures and Audio Clips | Digital Quizzers | Printable “Parsha on the Page” | “The Parsha Post” Newspaper | A Ton of Laughs | Fantastic Audio with amazing SFX | Torah Insights and a lot more! AGES 3-103!
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