Middot, Mitzvot. Children Poster

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May be used on digital media, posters, flyers, handouts, all types of printing, etc.  

If selling for a profit, however, the condition is that you tithe to Tzeddakah / Charity.

Jewish educational poster 17″x 22″. Have your printer laminate them for durability.

Moshiach will come through Tikkun Olam.

A beautiful teachers’ aide, guide and tool from which a complete lesson or more can be made from each of the middot! This one has the Israeli pronunciation perfect for the classroom, lunchroom or homeschool

APPROVED BY A CHABAD RABBI.

For young kids, these colorful posters attracts the children’s attention, teaches healthy social behavior, good people skills and moral values.

KIDDUSH HASHEM: Sanctifying Hashem’s name, being a great role model!
HAKARAT HATOV: Gratitude between man and G-d,
also gratitude between man and his fellow.
KIBBUD AV V’EM: Honoring your parents by not sitting in their place,
embarrassing them, speaking before them or contradicting them.
KVOD HARAV: Honoring your teachers and being respectful at all times.
SHMIRAT HALASHON: Being mindful and thinking before you speak.
RACHAMIM BNEI RACHAMIM: Being kind and helpful to each other.
MIPNEI SEIVA TAKKUM: Respecting the elderly, offering them your seat.
TZNIUT: Being modest in dress and behavior.
EMET: Being truthful!
SHALOM: Searching for a peaceful solution.
ANIVUT: Humility, being humble not haughty.
TESHUVAH: Repentance, making amends.
TEFILLAH: Prayer.
TZEDAKAH: Charity.
AHAVAT ISRAEL: Liking fellow Jews, blocking out the yetzer hara or jealousy. Respecting their different minhagim and backgrounds and being tolerant of those who haven’t reached their Tikkun.
HACHNASAT KALLAH: Helping a new couple especially the poor or orphaned.
BIKKUR CHOLIM: Visiting the sick.
SELICHAH & MECHILAH: Forgive and Forget, don’t hold a grudge (Nekama & Netira).
HACHNASAT ORCHIM: Hospitality, being a good host.
CHESED: Loving kindness, Gemilut Chasadim.
DERECH ERETZ & KVOD: Decent, polite, civilized behavior and being respectful.
BAL TASHCHIT: Not destroying what can be put to good use and not being wasteful
TZAR L’BAALEI CHAYIM: Unnecessary cruelty to animals and having compassion for your pets by giving them to drink and feeding them before you eat.
HASHAVAT AVEIDA: Returning lost property.
SIMCHAH: Joy…..Being Happy! Also making efforts to be productive.
NIKAYON: Cleanliness, keeping your body and soul pure.
SAVLANUT Patience, staying calm in every happening and event in life.
SEDER: Being organized and disciplined in your actions and with your possessions.

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Hannah Glick

Hannah Niva Glick is a Graphic Designer ,Fine and Abstract Artist, who loves working with all different types of media especially oils.
Her Website is: www.jewishsoulart.com
To purchase Originals or for art related questions you may contact her at hnglick@gmail.com
She received a solid Jewish education from her family, Beis Yaakov primary and Hasmonean Grammar school for girls.
Hannah received her training, education and Diploma in Graphic Art and Design at the London College of Printing.

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