Learning to follow directions

This week we learned about following verbal directions in Jewish Studies by creating geometric shapes that made up a face.  Morah Liat gave specific directions how to cut the shapes and where to place them on the paper.  If we followed the directions well, then all of our creations would look the same.  Since we did such a great job, we decided to get silly (as seen on the photo on the right).


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One Response to Learning to follow directions

  1. avatar jackh says:

    The reason we made shapes in Jewish studies, is because we just learned how to say them in Hebrew.


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