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Games and Toys
Games and toys are typically not considered to be Judaica. This is mainly because of the fact that Judaica items are typically used in religious environments and typically this did not extend itself to toys and games. However, with the explosion of Judaica artists over the last fifty years, there are now a wide range of games and toys on the market for both parents and children.
Looking for a holiday gift for Passover or Hanukkah? Consider a puzzle shaped like a camel or Hanukkah menorah. Looking for something more elaborate? World of Judaica also has traditional Dreidels made from various materials including olive wood, sterling silver and porcelain and are decorated with designs such as Jerusalem, the Seven Species, Hanukkah Menorahs and floral patterns.
If you are looking for a gift for a child, consider a Judaica-themed stuffed toy. World of Judaica has several Jewish themed stuffed toys such as anthropomorphized Torahs, Lulav and Etrog sets and Menorahs. These toys are great for young children and usually have traditional decorations such as crowns or the Tablets.
For older children, there are also numerous toys and games. If you would like to give a gift that is perfect for any occasion, consider a Torah replica that comes with a velvet cover and looks identical to full-sized Torah. As an alternative, give a board game about the Exodus from Egypt or an intricate three dimensional puzzle of a Menorah or, Pyramid or Seder Plate. There are also games based on games for adults that are great for children, such as a Jewish themed version of Apples to Apples
We at World of Judaica invite you to browse our collection of Jewish-themed toys and games. If you have any questions about Judaism or any other items, feel free to contact us and a customer service representative will be happy to address your concerns.
Games & Toys Guide
Although, game and toys are not typically considered to be Judaica, which is mainly due to the fact that Judaica items are generally used in religious environments and does not expand to the world of games and toys. However, over the last few decades Jewish games and toys have become growingly popular among the Jewish crowd.
We offer an array of exiting and tasteful products which make a perfect gift for Passover and Hanukkah. Popular gifts for young children are Hanukkah and camel shaped puzzles, or children’s Torahs and Shofars. For older children we have special toys and games such as, a full sized Torah replica. Jewish themed board games serve as a great gift for both children and adults alike.
Children's Items: Baby Pins
Games and toys can also include children's items for newborn infants. The “Simcha” (Joy) of a newborn is a joyous and significant event. Welcoming the birth of a new life is one of the biggest mitzvahs that one can partake in. We offer an extensive collection of baby pins and clips to give as a gift to a new mother for a baby shower or Bris.
If you are searching for a one stop shop for the best quality baby pins, look no further. Our baby pins are made of the highest quality 925 sterling silver, 14 karat gold, and diamond materials. The pins are designed with charming pictures of newborn babies, as well as heart shapes. These pins and clips make for a thoughtful gift to bring to a Bris or baby naming ceremony.
Other Children's Items: Bris Pillows
A Bris is the celebratory event of when an eight day old infant is circumcised and given his Jewish name, which is his birthright. The act of the Bris or “Brit Milah” is performed by a Rabbi known as a “Moyel”. The concept of the Bris pillow was developed to keep the infant calm and relaxed during the ceremony, the easiest way to do so is to place the baby on a comfortable inviting pillow.
Most Bris pillows are exclusively white; most people don’t know that the Bris pillow actually refers to the pillow case and not the pillow itself. Any design can be embroidered on the Bris pillow; they are often decorated with liturgy read during the Brit ceremony. Bris pillows also can be decorated with traditional Jewish themes, such as the Old City of Jerusalem. It is also common for the baby’s full Hebrew name to be embroidered into the pillow as well.