Tu B’shvat Resources from the Lookstein Center

January 2021

Source:  Lookstein Center 


Tu B’Shvat is celebrated by eating the fruits of the land of Israel (mainly the seven species: pomegranate, olive, date, fig, grape, wheat, and barley) and learning about how to protect the Earth. Tu B’Shvat has become the unofficial “Earth Day” of Israel where ecological advancements are discussed and celebrated and there is a tradition to plant trees in Israel for Tu B’Shvat. Here is a collection of Tu B’Shvat lesson plans, interactive tools, and articles created by The Lookstein Center staff or contributed to the site by Jewish educators.

The Listing contains:

  • Lesson Plans, Tu B’shvat Seders, and Activities
  • Articles
  • Videos and Songs
  • Quick Activities from PJ Library
  • Quick Activities from Areyvut
  • Tu B’Shvat Padlet
  • Online Scavenger Hunt Lesson for Tu B’Shvat



Updated: Jan. 10, 2021