With the cold weather months approaching it’s the perfect time to start paying extra attention to our bodies. What’s better than to do that using the natural products we made ourselves.
Sixth graders from Ezra Academy joined seven other small Jewish day schools for their four day, three night excursion into the woods of Falls Village, CT.
Some students were apprehensive.
השנה, סיכום הלימוד על אחוזים בכיתה ז’ נעשה כפרוייקט מעשי ולא כמבחן. את הפרוייקט הגתה גב’ אדוארדס.
Tuesday night at Teva, students were able to choose different “chuggim” (activities) and they all had a great time.
Students are spending four days and three nights at that Isabella Freedman retreat center.
Debate Club Blog
Jerome, Sam and Rabbi Amanda
(When you click on the photographs, you will be able to see the whole picture, including everyone’s heads)!
This year, the 7th and 8th grade students taking the second course of Algebra 1 are working together. The current unit is one of basic statistics.
While working on our first chapter, we learned about three-dimensional figures, their surface area and their volume. The students were asked to solve problems involving measurements.
Friendships in Ilanot
In class today we started writing plays about problems between friends. We all were split up into groups. Most of us haven’t worked together before.
Today… Facebook is allowed in class
Usually in a classroom teachers would tell their students to stay off Facebook but today Morah Gail has come up with somewhat of an unconventional a
Our 8th graders spent the day getting ready for Purim, a Jewish Holiday that celebrates the survival of the Jews in ancient Persia against Haman’s plot to wipe them out
In Grade 8 Social Studies, we have just ended an incredible unit on Islam.
One might not think that lunchtime would be the best time to get a facial, but today, Morah Marcy proved that it is the perfect time.
This week in Ms. Edwards 6th grade math class, the students are working on a unique kind of project. The students must think of a type of store that they want to open.
Isaac Asimov once said, “The most exciting phrase to hear in science, that one that heralds the most discoveries, is not ‘Eureka!’ but ‘That’s funny…’
The Ezra Academy sixth-grade students spent four days and three nights at the Isabella Freedman Center experiencing the wonder of Teva.
The sixth grade Jewish Life class had a wonderful visit from a mohelet, a woman trained in the practice of Brit Milah, circumcision.
During this month of Elul the 7th and 8th graders worked on some rules of Teshuvah (repentance) written by the Rambam (Maimonides).
This year has begun swimmingly.
Ezra’s illustrious sixth-graders went back in time today to get a feel for the daily lives of the hunters and gatherers who lived long ago during the Late Paleolit
Last week the 4th and 5th graders made clouds! We have been learning about the water cycle, and ma clouds demonstrated the first two steps of the water cycle – ev
The seventh graders have been learning about the five characteristics that differentiate a living thing from a non-living thing.
The 6th grade algebra 1 class spent Friday and Monday creating their very own super hero, “The Super Switcher”.
We had a great day at the Adam Kreiger adventure course. We started by learning Velcro, Airplane, and Superman circles. Then we did more games and separated into two groups.
The 6th grade students participated in a card game called “25” last week to practice their understanding of adding and subtracting integers.