Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, is here. So get ready to blow on your shofar and celebrate the sweet hope of the coming year with these easy green crafts that are fun for kids young and old.

Star of David napkin rings: Decorate your holiday table in style with Star of David napkin rings. Pinterest has a ton of ideas. You'll be surprised at how easily you can turn clay, string, paint or craft sticks into stylish embellishments fit for a king.

Rosh Hashana shofar: A shofar is a horn used for Jewish religious purposes. Shofar-blowing is incorporated in synagogue services on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. You can make them out of a rolled up paper plate or toilet paper rolls. Have some scissors, tape and paint on hand, too.

Apple core magnet craft for Rosh Hashana This apple core magnet is an easy craft for Rosh Hashana. (Photo:

Apple core magnet: Apples are often eaten on Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, to represent the hope that the coming year will be sweet. To commemorate this ritual, try this super easy craft that kids of all ages can get into. Just trace the apple core pattern onto foam (or recycled construction paper) and glue a magnet to the back. Use the finished project to decorate the fridge, display school projects, or keep track of family notes all year long.

Rosh Hashana tray: Serve your apples and honey on this elegant holiday tray designed by the Creative Jewish Mom from an old picture frame and fabric.

4 crafts for Rosh Hashana
Ring in the Jewish New Year with these easy eco-crafts that will help your kids celebrate this special holiday.