Small Shoffar – Ideal for kids
A fun and original accessory to introduce children to the mitzvot from a young age! A 100% kosher certified shofar, small size to fit more easily in little hands. A shofar capable of sounding like the big ones. Very useful for beginners who want to learn how to sound and for all those who want to carry their instrument more easily to the synagogue.
The perfect gift for a bar mitzvah, or for a Hanukkah gift.
- Size: 12cm
- Composition: ram’s horn
- Certified kosher
- Made in Israel
Expédié depuis Jérusalem
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Why is the shoffar blown?
A Jewish tradition calls for blowing a kosher animal horn on Rosh Hashanah to symbolize a call to wake up. The sounding of the Shoffar is for every Jew, a reminder for us to look inward and repent for the sins of the past year. » In addition to being an important traditional symbol, the shofar also represents an exciting hands-on opportunity for children to connect with the Jewish holidays.
While shoffars come in a variety of shapes and sizes (each producing unique sounds), there is a traditional set of sounds made during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Tekiah – A long, uninterrupted sound
Shevarim – Three broken sounds of medium length
Teruah – A series of nine staccato sounds
Tekiah Gedolah – A long uninterrupted blast held as long as possible