Who likes to hear the shofar blast?
(And sing along)!

Though shofars come in a variety of shapes and sizes (each making unique sounds), there is a traditional set of blasts made during the High Holy Day services.

There are four sounds the shofar makes and each has a different name:

Tekiah—One long, unbroken sound; Shevarim—Three medium-length broken sounds; Teruah—Series of nine staccato sounds; and Tekiah Gedolah—One long, unbroken blast held as long as possible with a louder ending.

Create your Shofar at home, then photograph yourself with your Shofar for our Rosh HaShanah Tot Service “Shofar Blast Music Video”.

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Instructions

click here to print the instructions

Create your own shofar at home, then photograph yourself blasting the shofar for our Rosh HaShanah Tot Service online Shofar Chorus!

You will need: 

  • shofar template (below)
  • a hole-punch
  • scissors
  • wool or string
  • paper, tissues, cotton wool or other material for stuffing your shofar.
  • iphone/camera

Part 1: Make your Shofar

  1. Print your shofar template here (or click the image below)

2. Colour in each shofar

3. Cut out each shofar and use the hole-punch to cut out the holes around each shofar.

4. Beginning at the smaller end, weave the wool/string through the holes, sewing the shofar together. As you are sewing it together, use your stuffing to fill out the shofar.

Activity Part 2: Photograph you and your shofar blasts!

  1. Take a photo of your family blasting your new shofar!
    The shots should be taken with the camera held landscape, like this:

2. Send your videos to yachad@tbi.org.au and they will be included in a collection for Rosh HaShanah Tot services on Friday September 18th at 3.30pm!

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