Tu B'Shvat Seder (II)
The following program, a Tu B'Shvat seder, contains the elements of the other seder we are familiar with on Passover, with readings, wine, food (this time fruit!) and discussion. It also includes nature-related activities appropriate to Tu B'Shvat, like planting trees.
WUJS offers two Tu B'Shvat Seders, the one that this page introduces below, and a more full Haggadat Tu B'Shvat. Feel free to adapt and add portions to create one Tu B'Shvat Seder which suits your student participants, combining this resource and that offered.
PART A - the Tu B'Shvat Seder
PART B - how it relates to us
On Tu B'Shvat, we can do more than appreciate and celebrate the Earth's natural cycles--we can take action. By reducing paper use and recycling in our homes, synagogues, schools, and workplaces, we can limit further depletion of creation.
Recycle and Buy Recycled
Also on the WUJS site:
The very basics on Tu B'Shvat - The New Year for Trees
Tu B'Shvat Activities
More Tu B'Shvat Resources
This year's dates for Tu B'Shvat can be found in the WUJS Year Mapper