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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Review, Review, and More Review

This week in math, we learned a few new things, but the main concept of each new idea had to do with cross multiplying fraction and then divide. We have been doing this since last year and it goes into a lot of things that we have been learning this year. I was sick two … Continue reading »

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1…2…3…4…Intergrating We Want More!

For our mitzvah trip on Friday, we watched a movie about a young African American girl named Ruby Bridges who lived in New Orleans. Here is a little bit about her. Ruby was a first grader when she was told that she was smart enough to attend a white school called the William Frantz Public … Continue reading »

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Story With Holes

Question: Sylvester had just received a promotion in his company. To celebrate, Sylvester and his wife invited his boss, his boss’s wife, and a party of 70 for dinner. A fire broke out during the party and no one escaped from the room. In the morning, firemen found the bodies of only 5 people in … Continue reading »

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Rosetta Stone Relfection

Last week in Morah Rivkah’s class, we finished a project that showed what we had learned so far from units one and two in Rosetta Stone. We had to make some kind of video to show what we had learned. There had to be twenty five nouns, ten verbs, ten adjectives, five numbers, and five … Continue reading »

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Praying With Action

Yesterday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It is a very important day in American history and everywhere around the world because it symbolized freedom and justice for all. A famous rabbi in Jewish history named Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel marched with Martin Luther King. The march was called Selma to Montgomery March. The goal of … Continue reading »

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Story With Holes

Question: Every morning, the man walkes out of his apartment on the 18th floor, and rides the elevator down to the lobby. Every afternoon, after work, he rides up on the eleveator to the 8th floor, gets out and walks the rest of the way up to the 18th floor, using the stairs, except on … Continue reading »

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It Could Be You

This week, the middle school went to a place called the Sulzbacher Center to deliver blankets because it was projected to  be very cold. My heart warmed up, even in the cold, when I saw that the blankets had been delivered and someone would have a warm place to sleep that night. We take it … Continue reading »

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Areas, Perimeters, and Circumferences… Oh My!

This week in math we did da lot of new things. First we learned about measuring the area for a trapezoid and a triangle. It was a little confusing at first, but then I got the hang of it. We also learned about graphing the area for a triangle and trapezoid. Then, we learned a … Continue reading »

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