It is such an exciting week for us in כיתה א but also a bittersweet week.
On the plus side, we are on our new אריאות Ariyot starting with the letter כ. We will be Skyping with Kitah Alef in Memphis, TN on Wednesday and sharing Chanukah and Ariyot stuff. There will be a Chanukah celebration on Friday with the whole school participating.
On the not so fun side, this is יונה Yona’s last week in our class before she and her family return to Germany. She will be missed and our class won’t be the same without her. But this is not
שלום Shalom Goodbye …. it’s just L’hitraot להתראות see you later.
Our new letter has lots of new words like:
כד kad pitcher
כדים kadim pitchers
כותב kotev writes for a boy
כותבת kotevet writes for a girl
כואב ko-ev hurts
כחול kachole blue
כיתה kitah class
We are finishing our חנוכה שמח Chanukah Sameach Happy Chanukah book so just ask any of us which is the correct way to light the חנוכיה Chanukiya and we will show you how!!
פרשת השבוע Portion of the Week in the Torah is;
וישב Vayeshev all about Joseph’s dreams
Because we will be out for Winter Break (and we continue reading the Torah), we will have a Torah portion to work on over vacation.
מקץ Miketz pages 24 and 25 all about Pharoah’s dreams
As חנוכה Chanukah begins, we hope you enjoy the beautiful gift that our students made for you. A BIG תודה רבה Thank You to Morah Hanna and to Mr. Bendit for helping us make these golden treasures.
We thank you for the opportunity to work with such wonderful students and we look forward to 2012 for more fun ahead.
Have a חנוכה שמח Chanukah Sameach Happy Chanukah!!! And remember to rest, read and practice your חגיגת הסידור Haggigat HaSiddur parts over the break. NOTE>>> these parts do NOT need to be memorized. Just make sure your child can read them correctly with expression. THANKS! Also if you need time on the Siddur pictures, the break is a good time for that!
כל הכבוד Kol HaKavod All of the honor to our class for participating so well in our mitzvah project for our needy family. WOW!!!
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