Category Archives: Jewish Studies לימודי יהדות
Today we celebrated Israel’s 70th Yom HaAtzmaut by experiencing Israel through science, music, art, dancing, sports and of course food. We learned about Israel’s continued hope for peace through music and art. We ate falafel in a pita … Continue reading
We were honored to perform at the community Yom HaAtzmaut celebration on Sunday, April 15th at the Jewish Community Alliance.
The countdown to Israel’s 70th birthday has begun. Play, have fun and learn about Israel. For students to play, they need to complete the following steps: Click on: https://countdown70.lookstein.org/ S/he should click on “Student” S/he should type the school code … Continue reading
Our class won FIRST PLACE in the Knesset sponsored Tu B’Shevat door decorating contest. The students brought in a huge variety of recycled objects, divided them into categories, and planned our tree. It was truly a collaborative effort!
How did we celebrate Tu B’shevat this year? We learned about nature and trees at the Tillie Fowler Nature Preserve. We had a Tu B’shevat Seder … Continue reading
We went to the Tillie Fowler Regional Park in celebration of TuB’Shevat. Our day began with a nature hike and views from the observation tower. Back at the nature center we learned about animals in nature.
In class we learned about different designs of Channukiyot (Menorahs). Next each student designed their own 3 dimentional Channukiya using the app Tinkercad. Next they used LED lights and a battery to light the first candle in their channukiya. … Continue reading
Being able to break words into smaller parts and recognize smaller parts in words is an important skill that is crucial for reading and spelling. This awareness leads to better reading and writing success. … Rhyming also prepares children to make predictions while learning words and gives them … Continue reading