Celebrated on 15th to 21st of Tishrei (celebration extends a day for those outside Israel) or 19th to 26th of September in 2013 by the Gregorian calendar.
Sukkot (or "Feast of Booths", "Feast of Tabernacles") is week long festival holiday filled with blessings and special feasts and often families sharing mealtime in a sukkah
which is a leaf covered structure meant to honor the fragile homes the Israelites relied on while on their post-slavery Exodus.
An excerpt from Leviticus 23 provides the Biblical context for the holiday.
Make learning about Jewish traditions fun with this colorful puzzle that teaches children about Sukkot. This 30-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle tells the story of an religious event, both in a colorful picture and in a short verse.
Melissa & Doug, an award-winning manufacturer, produces high-quality wooden jigsaw puzzles and thick, durable cardboard jigsaw and floor puzzles for all stages of development, for toddlers (3-4 piece fuzzy and jumbo-knob puzzles), pre-school kids (sound puzzles, peg puzzles, floor puzzles and more) all the way to pre-teen kids and beyond (up to 500-piece jigsaw puzzles).