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Questions relating to children under the age of 13 (for boys) or 12 (for girls). Children of this age are minors with respect to various rules, including the obligation to fulfill mitzvos (God's commands).

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The Kitzur Shulchan Aruch (88:13) says that moving Muktza indirectly (as you described) is only allowed if you need the object you're shaking, and not for the sake of the Muktza object. So you should …
answered May 11 '11 by Danny Schoemann
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In the Sefer called ילדים כהלכה it says that a Minyan of kids under bar Mitzva davening together may not say Kaddish, Kedusha or repeat the Amida. There is no Chinuch involved and they should daven as …
answered Feb 6 '17 by Danny Schoemann
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My preferred method - tried when teaching both my sons their Bar Mitzva Parsha - is as follows. When the child makes an error, make them go back 2 - 3 words and restart correctly from there. This wi …
answered Jun 18 '13 by Danny Schoemann
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A secondary source would be the English Sefer "Summary of Halachos of the Three Weeks" by Rabbi Shimon Eider zt"l, chapter III D on page 9. You can see it here with all the sources: http://books.goo …
answered Jul 24 '12 by Danny Schoemann
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See the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch סימן עו - דיני התפלות בשבת וביום טוב where he says: סעיף ח' ‏ בִּמְדִינוֹת אֵלּוּ נוֹהֲגִין שֶׁשְּׁלִיחַ הַצִבּוּר מְקַדֵּשׁ בְּבֵית הַכְּנֶסֶת בְּלֵילֵי שַׁבָּת …
answered Dec 15 '14 by Danny Schoemann
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Actually, the father (and mother) do carry the Mitzvos; they get rewarded for their children's good deeds. Not only before but after their children's bar/Bat Mitzva as well. And that is the reason fo …
answered Jul 26 '12 by Danny Schoemann