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Coming of Age During the Holocaust, Coming of Age Now

The Coming of Age curriculum provides the resources for in-depth Holocaust study in the classroom with bar and bat mitzvah students.

Coming of Age in the Holocaust, Coming of Age Now is an interactive curriculum for middle-school students and their educators. Coming of Age is designed to accommodate classes of students working as a group. Pairs of classes may also work on this curriculum together. It may also be used by families educating their children at home or by other adults working with young people independently or in groups.

The Coming of Age curriculum includes twelve stories of Holocaust survivors and one story of an individual who grew up in the Mandate of Palestine during the same period. Each story reflects unique, individual experiences, and as a group, the stories provide a library of resources for learning about the Holocaust through personal narratives.

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List of Education Materials
Janusz Korczak
Itzhak Katzenelson: Zionist Educator Between Lodz and Warsaw – Educational activi
Kites of Dreams
“Korczak of the Children” – Videocassette or DVD with activity guide
“Four Stories of Hiding and Rescue: Children’s Testimonies of the Holocaust” – Video with instructor
They Are Still With Me
Without a Single Case of Death: Stories from Kibbutz Lohamei Haghetaot
Beneath the Starry Sky: Melodies of Remembrance” – Audio CD
“Traces of Humanity: Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust” – Educational kit
“Dreams Within the Walls” – Educational Kit for Elementary and Middle Schools