Sales are now closed for purchasing Holiday Celebration Kits.

Unbelievable! Our High Holidays Celebration Creation Kits have completely sold out, and sales are now closed. We’re truly touched by the overwhelming response.

But here’s the good news: the celebration is far from over! Get excited for the Festival of Lights with our upcoming release of Chanukah Celebration Creation Kits.

Details to be announced soon! 

The Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey (JFSNJ)’s PJ Library program is excited to be teaming up with Courtney Cohen, local business owner of That Little Extra Design, to bring fun and engaging Jewish crafts kits to children ages 2-10!

Judaism is a religion, a culture, and a community. We can keep traditions alive by passing them on to the next generations. The more we know about our Jewish traditions, where they come from and why we do them, the more meaningful the holidays become. And this, is why we created these extraordinary creative kit boxes. 

Each kit contains high quality products to create three arts and crafts projects representing the major Jewish holidays in the fall: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. One kit contains enough materials for two children to complete the projects.

Kits can be purchased to be picked up at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, or can be shipped to a loved one for an additional fee. Orders of two kits or more will receive a 10 percent discount. Proceeds will support the PJ Library Program in Southern New Jersey to bring more books to more families. 

Contact Stacey Unterlack, JFSNJ Education & Engagement Specialist, with questions at 856.751.9500 x1236 or

Each box includes everything your children need to make 2 complete projects for each of the following 3 Jewish fall holidays.


Design Paper Lace

Create custom paper lace to hang with wishes for the new year.


Make a Mosaic Tzedakah Box

Layer colors to create a mosaic tzedakah box for a good deed meaningful to you.


Build your own Sukkah

Wood blocks and lots of extraordinary materials to build an awesome Sukkah!