Presentation on theme: "Why are there so many different new years and traditions? By nechama Chaya voluck."— Presentation transcript:
Why are there so many different new years and traditions? By nechama Chaya voluck
Rosh Hashanah traditional foods Rosh Hashanah is the birthday of the Jewish year. One of the traditions is dipping apples and challah in honey. Another traditional food is pomegranate. We also eat fish heads. We eat fish heads because it’s the head of the year. There's also the round challah.
Rosh Hashanah traditions one of the Rosh Hashanah traditions is blowing shofar. The shofar is a symbol of. Another tradition is tashlech. Teshuva Tashlech is were we go to the nearest body of water and throw bread into the water.
Jan.1 New Years traditional foods One of the traditional foods on new years is a bowl of 12 grapes that represent the 12 months of the year. Another traditional foods in south America is black eyed beans.
Jan.1 New Years traditions New Years is the beginning of the year. One of the New Years traditions is the ball drop in new York. Another tradition is the rose parade. Also Americans believe that baby lions created New years.
Chinese New Year traditions The Chinese New Year is the longest and most important holiday of the year. The new year is on Jan. 31. There's a legend that Buddha named each year after an animal.