As the year comes to a close we are working hard and accomplishing a lot!!!!
We began Tefillah with the Babaganoush and Ilanot classes.
As the year comes to a close the weeks begin with more and more excitement. Last week was there was there Mile Run and this week The Keshet Torah Ceremony.
This week began with LOTS of excitement and energy. At 8:30 am on Monday morning we boarded the bus with Babaganoush and Ilanot to go run a mile.
This week began with a wonderful Tefillah led by Morah Limor. The children went through all of the brachot from Birkat Hashachar.
This week began with a very special activity. At 9:30 Tuesday morning, Keshet and baganoush hopped on the bus and headed to Lyman Hall at SCSU.
In Math Morah Beth’s math group has been learning about clocks and time. The children now know that there are three hands on a clock as well as each of their names.
Pesach was full of lots of excitement, crafts, and costumes! We had a wonderful few days before the first seder and upon returning we have gotten back into the school routine!
By Jordan, 1st grade
I like school because there are fun things in math and I really like learning Hebrew and I really like being with Raz and Ofir, the emissaries from Israel.
This week in Math the Kindergartners have completed their money unit. They now know the names of each coin as well as their value.
Ari, a member of the Keshet class approached me asking for help for a cause. He is raising money to help save the Black Rhino and Pangolin, two endangered species.
We began the week in a very special way. The Keshet and Babaganoush classes gathered together for a beautiful Tefillah.
The children are continuing to read about important African American figures in our society, such as; Harriet Tubman, Garrett Morgan, and Thurgood Marshall
Morah Beth and Morah Limor’s K/1st class celebrated Shabbat together and it is clear that even at such a young age they have a large appreciation for their culture.
We finally made it!!!! Today we got to celebrate our 100th day of school!!!! Not only is it our 100th day, but it is also the first day of the Hebrew month Adar! We celebrated the day with r
In continuing with our education of Black History month we have focused a great deal of time on “The Underground Railroad”.
Creativity is freedom, creativity is growing, creativity is learning. Developing creative habits for children is one of the most important things a school can provide.
Well it appears as though our week began with more snow!!!! The children came back to school after a long weekend ready to learn!!!!
We had a very busy week filled with lots of
Ari and Asher’s K/1 blog
Monday: I got up to a top level in reading (more like Language Arts).
We began this week continuing to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with some writing activities.
Our week began sleeting, wet, and a bit late on Monday, but we did not let that slow us down! We began with a lovely Tefillah and were then joined by Raz and Ofir, (our emissarie
While we all had a wonderful vacation we are certainly glad to be back at school!!!
We began the week talking about Martin Luther king Jr.
We began our Monday morning with a whole school rehearsal for the big Chanukah production!!!! We are continuing to practice and we are so excited for Tuesday December 16th at 7
What’s been going on in K/1??
Social Studies –
Yay!!!! Thanksgiving finally came!!!! After learning all about the Mayflower, Pilgrims, Indians, Samose
The k/1 class continued their human body unit with learning about the cells and the spleen.
The K/1 class has been very busy! We spent time reviewing some of our Language Arts concepts such as character, setting, main idea, and details.
This week, the K/1 class began their human body unit with a visit from a special guest, Dr. David Hass, a gastroenterologist and Ezra parent. First, Dr.
The K/1 class is continuing the yummy tradition of Tasty Tuesday. This week we made our very own pita chips with fresh Israeli salad.
This morning the k/1 class was lucky enough to take part in helping with the Sukkah Set-Up. Morah Beth’s father, Mr.
Stories, conversations, and a writing assignment about Yom Kippur and how we can make better choices led into today’s very meaningful trip to the pond for Tashlich.
In our K/1 class the first graders are introduced to their spelling words through a variety of games and activities.
Each day the K/1 class relaxes and enjoys a read-a-loud. We have been exploring a series of books called Ivy and Bean by Annie Barrows and Sophie Blackwell.
Today, the K/1 was lucky enough to have a very special visitor. A friend of Dr. Waynik’s came to school with her therapy dog, Sophie.
The K/1 Classroom was filled with excitement during the first two weeks of school.