Here are some links and activities so you can find out about Judaism:
Moses is the most important Jewish prophet. Moses is commanded to return and lead the Jews to freedom. After Moses and the Jews leave Egypt, God gives him the Ten Commandments, which become the foundation of Jewish law and thought. For this reason, Moses is often referred to as the law-giver.
Here are some links to clips which tell you parts of Moses story and activities linked to it:
This is an adaptation of the book of Exodus which covers some of Moses life.
Passover is to take place this year on April 8th to April 16th. Passover is a celebration of spring, of birth and rebirth, of a journey from slavery to freedom, and of taking responsibility for yourself, the community, and the world. The Torah states that Jews are to observe Passover for seven days. Passover commemorates the story of the Israelites' departure from ancient Egypt, which appears in the Hebrew Bible's books of Exodus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, among other texts. These two films explain this very well.
Hanukkah (also Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Lights. The word Hanukkah means rededication. Every year, the celebration honors the hard-fought victory of those trying to keep their faith despite a powerful enemy. It is an eight-day holiday that will be celebrated this year starting at sundown on December 2nd.