Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is right around the corner! Celebrate Rosh Hashana,which means “head of the year” . this Jewish holiday celebrates the day Hasheem created the first humans—Adam and Eve, falling on the seventh month of the Jewish calendar, Tishri, this holiday symbolizes Jewish New Year. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year holiday lasts two days. The traditional symbols associated with Rosh Hashanah are a shofar traditionally made from a hollowed out rams horn (used to blown to awake and inspire people, both in literal and figurative senses) and the holiday is also traditionally celebrated with sweet foods such as honey and apples (which represent hopes for a sweet new year), as well as baked round sweet challah bread decorated with raisins. It’s all a fun way for kids to celebrate, for both Jewish and non Jewish kids to learn a little about the culture of some of their friends. Here are some Creative Ideas for Rosh Hashanah for kids to celebrate the holiday.