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CJL Updates 5/13/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

1st Grade

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

2nd Grade

 

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

3rd Grade

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

4th Grade

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

5th Grade

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

6th Grade

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

7th Grade

Today was our last day fo Religious School! The students had a large amount of time playing together and doing fun activities as a class. Students then went upstairs for a presentation from ourTzedakah Board and some songs with Mikey! 

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of Religious School this year?

 

CJL Updates 5/06/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. In class, students learned all about Yom Ha'atzmaut and Yom Hazikaron. 

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What do these days represent?

1st Grade

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. In class, students had their 10 plagues sweet treat Seder created by our lovely Madricha Ellie.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite candy plague?

2nd Grade

 

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. In class, students had their 10 plagues sweet treat Seder created by our lovely Madricha Ellie.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite candy plague?

3rd Grade

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. In class, students learned about Yom Hazikaron. They learned about its history, meaning and traditions. They then listened to the horn that goes off in Israel where all Israelis stop what they are doing and mourn for a minute in silence.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is Yom Hazikaron?

4th Grade

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. In class, students made Mother's Day cards using Hebrew phrases to practice their writing skills. They then had an Ice Cream party for Yom Ha'atzmaut while discussing the holiday's history and what led to its existence. 

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is Yom Ha'atzmaut?

5th Grade

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. Students had Krav Maga with Sensei Marco and worked on their Hebrew skills.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite thing that Sensei Marco taught you?

6th Grade

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. In class, students read about and discussed Yom Hashoah.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What are some things that we do on Yom Hashoah?

7th Grade

Today was our last Shuk for the year where students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels on some wonderful prizes. In class, students explored the laws of Kashrut. They looked at three traditional answers to why we follow Kashrut.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why do we follow the laws of Kashrut?

 

CJL Updates 4/15/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

1st Grade

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

2nd Grade

 

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

3rd Grade

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

4th Grade

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

5th Grade

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

6th Grade

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

7th Grade

Today was our Passover program! Students participated in a variety of Passover related programs including decorating Afikomen bags, immersing themselves in the 10 Plagues, making Charoset, and building pyramids to convince Pharaoh Kvod to let our people go! Students ended the day with a Passover song session from song leader Mikey.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What does the story of Passover celebrate?

 

CJL Updates 4/08/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students learned about the story of Passover. They played Passover games and made beautiful Passover Pillow Cases.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is the Story of Passover?

1st Grade

Students had Art with guest teacher Davia where they decorated Doorstops for Elijah. Students also designed their own Red Seas and brought them outside. Once outside the students split their Red Seas like Moses in the Passover story!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Who is the hero of Passover?

2nd Grade

 

Students had Art with guest teacher Davia where they decorated Doorstops for Elijah. Students also designed their own Red Seas and brought them outside. Once outside the students split their Red Seas like Moses in the Passover story!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Who is the hero of Passover?

3rd Grade

Students explored the ins and outs of Passover. They learned about the story and its meaning, the traditions, and discussed how Passover is celebrated around the world in other Jewish communities.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Who are the 4 sons in the Haggadah?

4th Grade

Students learned all about the Negev in Israel! They discussed Masada, and the Dead Sea. They then made a wishlist of all of the places they would want to visit in Israel.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Tell me all abou the Negev!

5th Grade

Students started their day with Krav Maga with Sensei Marco. Students then explored the holiday of Passover and learned about the 4 questions and the blessings said at the Seder table.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What are the 3 important customs of a Jewish wedding?

6th Grade

Students learned from guest teacher Hailey! They played some get to know you games and then discussed the passover traditions that the students have. They ended their day by learning some Hebrew with Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Where are you going fir Passover?

7th Grade

Students learned about Passover. They want over some Midrashim including the one where you are supposed to guard the Matzot. Students discussed how this sounds similar to guard the Mitzvot and how these two phrases might be connected. Students received some clarity as to what Chametz is and discussed how radical it was for Jews to put blood on the doorposts.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How in our lives do we stand up to things that we are afraid of and how does that make us free?

 

CJL Updates 3/25/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students strated their day learning Krav Maga with Sensei Marco. They then learned all about Shabbat. They learned when Shabbat begins and when Shabbat ends. They also learned the importance of the candles on Shabbat.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why do we have 2 shabbat candles?

1st Grade

Students learned with guest teacher Levi! The students read a short story about Passover and then practiced and performed a Passover play! 

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Tell me something about Passover?

2nd Grade

 

Students learned with guest teacher Levi! The students read a short story about Passover and then practiced and performed a Passover play! 

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Tell me something about Passover?

3rd Grade

Students explored the story of Joseph. They watched some vidoes about the story and discussed the ideas of brotherhood and forgiveness. This led into a discussion about Passover and the ways that we talk to God.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How do you talk to God?

4th Grade

Students learned with guest teacher Haley! Students learned about the Israeli national anthem, the Hatikvah. They then made a craft that helped teach about the Hebrew months and they created Aleph Bet flashcards.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is the national anthem of Israel called?

5th Grade

Students learned all about the aspects of Jewish marriage. They ended their day with art taught by guest art teacher Davia.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What are the 3 important customs of a Jewish wedding?

6th Grade

Students studied the Hebrew Prayer, Chatzi Kaddish. They recited it multiple times and learned about its meaning.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Recite the Chatzi Kaddish?

7th Grade

Students learned all about animal sacrifices and their place place in Judaism. They did this because it is the subject of this week's parsha, Vayikra which is the beginning of the book of Leviticus.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

 

CJL Updates 3/18/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

1st Grade

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

2nd Grade

 

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

3rd Grade

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

4th Grade

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

5th Grade

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

6th Grade

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

7th Grade

Today was our Religious School Purim Program! Students were able to make their own Megillahs, bake Hamentashen, stuff Mishloach Manot Baskets, and participate in a spy activity to be like Mordechai! They then ended their day with some songs and a telling of the Purim story by Rabbi Kvod, Rabbi Tilchin, and Jesse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite part of the Purim story?

 

CJL Updates 3/11/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students learned all about the holiday of Purim!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Who do you think are the heroes of the Purim story?

1st Grade

Students practiced a script for the holiday of Purim. They then made crowns with guest art teacher Davia.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What holiday is coming up?

2nd Grade

 

Students practiced a script for the holiday of Purim. They then made crowns with guest art teacher Davia.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What holiday is coming up?

3rd Grade

Students learned the ins and out of Purim. They discussed traditions, meanings, and stories!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why are Hamentashen shaped like Triangles?

4th Grade

Students played Aleph Bet Bingo as well as an Israel trivia game.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Recite the Aleph Bet!

5th Grade

Students learned all about the holiday of Purim!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How did Esther save her people?

6th Grade

Students discussed how it was Rosh Chodesh and talked about the Hebrew calendar. Students then recited the prayer Nisim B'chol yom and discussed each verse.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was special about Monday?

7th Grade

Students started their day doing Krav Maga with Sensei Marco. Students then had Beit Midrash where they practiced their Hebrew skills.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What did you do in Beit Midrash?

 

CJL Updates 3/4/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students made crowns with guest art teacher Davia. They then attended the 5th Grade Bear Mitzvah Ceremony where they got a glimpse of what a Bar/Bat Mitzvah is!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of th Bear Mitzvah?

1st Grade

Students practiced the blessing over the grape juice. They then attended  the 5th Grade Bear Mitzvah Ceremony where they got a glimpse of what a Bar/Bat Mitzvah is!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of the Bear Mitzvah?

2nd Grade

 

Students practiced the blessing over the grape juice. They then attended  the 5th Grade Bear Mitzvah Ceremony where they got a glimpse of what a Bar/Bat Mitzvah is!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite part of the Bear Mitzvah?

3rd Grade

Students made crowns with guest art teacher Davia. After art, students got into groups and reviewed the Hebrew alphabet They then attended the 5th Grade Bear Mitzvah Ceremony where they got a glimpse of what a Bar/Bat Mitzvah is!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How many letters are in the Aleph Bet, not including final letters?

4th Grade

Students participated ina Mezuzah hunt around the synagogue. Students learned about why we use Mezuzot and how they are used in Israel. Students learned about the prayer in the Mezuzah and made a personal prayer for their own Mezuzah that they made.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why do we have a Mezuzah?

5th Grade

Today was the 5th Grade Bear Mitzvah! Students spent the day preparing for the ceremony and then did a fantastic job presenting their bears to the community. They spent some time learning about the Bar/Bat Mitzvah process.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Did your bear enjoy the Bear Mitzvah?

6th Grade

Students discussed the transmission of the 10 commandments to the Jewish people. The students learned that God spoke some of the commandments while Moses spoke others. The students then attended the 5th Grade Bear Mitzvah where they reflected on their Bar/Bat Mitzvah studies.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why did the children of Israel fear hearing the 10 commandments from God? What are the advantages or disadvantages of God saying all of them?

7th Grade

Students started their day learning Krav Maga with Sensei Marco. They then attended the 5th Grade Bear Mitzvah Ceremony where they reflected on their future Bar/Bat Mitzvah or their approaching Bar/Bat Mitzvah?

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Do you feel prepared for your Bar/Bat Mitzvah?

 

CJL Updates 2/26/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels at the Shuk today! Students then discussed the idea of wearing kippot in Synagogue and learned some information about Shabbat.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why do we wear kippot in Synagogue?

1st Grade

Students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels at the Shuk today! Students then joined 3rd grade for some Jewish review as well as some rounds of Jewish Taboo.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What's your favorite Jewish holiday?

2nd Grade

 

Students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels at the Shuk today! Students then joined 3rd grade for some Jewish review as well as some rounds of Jewish Taboo.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What's your favorite Jewish holiday?

3rd Grade

Students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels at the Shuk today! Students then joined 1st and 2nd grade for some Jewish review as well as some rounds of Jewish Taboo.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What's is one thing you know about Israel?

4th Grade

Students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels at the Shuk today! Students then made art crowns and masks with guest art teacher Davia! They then played Israel four corners and learned some Israel city facts. Students also started to discuss the story of Purim.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is the most famous type of art in Jerusalem?

5th Grade

Students were able to spend their hard earned Shekels at the Shuk today! Students then practiced the blessing over the Tallit and the V'ahavta in preparation for the Bear Mitzvah next week. Students also practiced what they would say for their bears during the Bear Mitzvah.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is the blessing over the tallit?

6th Grade

Students started their day learning Krav Maga with Sensei Marco. They then  joined 7th grade and reviewed several prayers with guest teacher Ms. Rachel and guest Madricha Shobi!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What are some prayers that you reviewed?

7th Grade

Students started their day learning Krav Maga with Sensei Marco. They then  joined 6th grade and reviewed several prayers with guest teacher Ms. Rachel and guest Madricha Shobi!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What are some prayers that you reviewed?

 

CJL Updates 2/12/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students started their discussion on Shabbat. They learned about all of the symbols and Jewish traditions related to Shabbat.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why do we cover the Challah?

1st Grade

Students reviewed the prayers for wine and Challah in preparation for the 5th grade Bear Mitzvah Ceremony. They then had an art lesson with Art teacher Davia where they made beautiful Chamsas.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Can you recite the blessings over the wine and Challah?

2nd Grade

 

Students reviewed the prayers for wine and Challah in preparation for the 5th grade Bear Mitzvah Ceremony. They then had an art lesson with Art teacher Davia where they made beautiful Chamsas.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Can you recite the blessings over the wine and Challah?

3rd Grade

Students started their day with a yoga class led by our very own Jesse Ramos! They then learned about Tu Ba'av, Jewish Valentines Day. They learned all about the origins, traditions, and customs of Tu BA'av.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What do people call Jewish Valentine's Day?

4th Grade

Students watched a video about Israel. They learned about the diversity of Judaism in Israel and how there are many types of people in Israel. They also learned the different symbols of each sect of Judaism. Students then drew their favorite place in Israel. 

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What are 3 different types of Jewish people in Israel?

5th Grade

Students worked on their Bear Mitzvahs and looked at the Shema and Va'Havta in the Torah!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is different about the Shema and Va'Havta in the Torah than in the prayer book?

6th Grade

Students continued the Tefillin program by decorating the Tefillin boxes that they made. Students then spent time discussing what exactly was in the Tefillin that they made and why the specific phrases within the Tefillin were chosen.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why were the phrases written on the scrolls in the Tefillin specifically chosen?

7th Grade

Students continued the Tefillin program by decorating the Tefillin boxes that they made. Students then spent time discussing what exactly was in the Tefillin that they made and why the specific phrases within the Tefillin were chosen.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why were the phrases written on the scrolls in the Tefillin specifically chosen?

 

CJL Updates 1/29/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students started the day with a Krav Maga lesson from Sensei Marco. They then began a discussion on Mitzvot and decorated their own Tzedakah boxes.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is a Mitzvah? Is giving Tzedakah a Mitzvah?

1st Grade

Students created beautiful paper mosaics of Joseph's amazing technicolor dream coat. Students then had a competition with their dream coats to highlight the competition that Joseph's brothers felt with Joseph.  

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How many brothers did Joseph have?

2nd Grade

 

Students created beautiful paper mosaics of Joseph's amazing technicolor dream coat. Students then had a competition with their dream coats to highlight the competition that Joseph's brothers felt with Joseph.  

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How many brothers did Joseph have?

3rd Grade

Students connecting morals/lessons of today's world with stories of the Torah such as Cain and Abel and David and Goliath.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Who were the first two brothers in the world?

4th Grade

Students answered some Israeli trivia questions and played Israeli Bingo.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Name one thing about Tel Aviv?

5th Grade

Students began their day with an Art class from guest Art Teacher Davia. Students worked with Davia to paint Shabbat Candles. Students then interviewed each other's bears about their Bear Mitzvah Projects.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Can you read the Shema/ Vaahavta; show me!

6th Grade

Students participated in a Tefillin program where they made their own Tefillin. Students made the boxes that go on their arm and head and wrote the Shema and Hebrew name on scrolls to go in these boxes. This was done in preparation for the World Wide Wrap Tefillin day this February.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What goes inside each of the Tefillin boxes?

7th Grade

Students participated in a Tefillin program where they made their own Tefillin. Students made the boxes that go on their arm and head and wrote the Shema and Hebrew name on scrolls to go in these boxes. This was done in preparation for the World Wide Wrap Tefillin day this February.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What goes inside each of the Tefillin boxes?

 

CJL Updates 1/22/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

1st Grade

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

2nd Grade

 

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

3rd Grade

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

4th Grade

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

5th Grade

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

6th Grade

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

7th Grade

Today was our Tu B'shvat Program! Students participated in a variety of activities such as tree yoga, making leaves of personal growth, and decorating puzzle pieces that represent how we all fit together to repair the world.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was your favorite activity that you did in Religious School today?

 

CJL Updates 1/8/24

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students finished their unit on creation. They then discussed the idea of being partners with God.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How are we partners with God?

1st Grade

Students had an amazing time with guest teacher Talia! They were able to paint beautiful pieces of pottery and continued to learn about the things that we bless on Shabbat!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is one thing that we bless on Shabbat?

2nd Grade

 

Students had aa amazing time with guest teacher Talia! They were able to paint beautiful pieces of pottery and continued to learn about the things that we bless on Shabbat!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is one thing that we bless on Shabbat?

3rd Grade

Students worked on some Tu'Bshvat art with guest art teacher Davia. They began to learn about the idea of Mitzvot. In particular, students learned that some Mitzvot tell us to do things while other Mitzvot tell us not to do things.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How many Mitzvot are in the Torah?

4th Grade

Students learned about the topography of Israel and created a multimedia topographical map of Israel. Students then played rock, paper, scissors in Hebrew!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is some of the Topography of Israel?

5th Grade

Students researched Bear Mitzvah Projects for their bears. They then learned about Mitzvah Day.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What are some of the Mitzvah Project ideas that you found for your bears?

6th Grade

Students had an amazing Krav Maga session with Sensei Marco. They then had their Hebrew learning.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What did you do in  Krav Maga?

7th Grade

Students discussed several Midrashim involving being sensitive to others, personal growth,  and stories on Moses.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How have you grown personally in the past year?

 

CJL Updates 12/18/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students continued their discussion about creation! Today they focused on the story of Adam and Eve.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What happens when we try to hide from our mistakes?

1st Grade

Students learned all about Shabbat and its symbols. Students then had the opportunity to play Hebrew games with 3rd Grade.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is Shabbat?

2nd Grade

 

Students learned all about Shabbat and its symbols. Students then had the opportunity to play Hebrew games with 3rd Grade.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is Shabbat?

3rd Grade

Students discussed Jewish values. They specifically focused on the values of Hachnasat Orchim and Bikur Cholim. They then had the opportunity to play some Hebrew Games with 1st and 2nd Grade!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is Hachnasat Orchim?

4th Grade

Students made Israeli salad. While eating their delicious salads, students learned about various Israeli foods, terms, and cities.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Can you name one Israeli city?

5th Grade

Students discussed the change in date for the Bear Mitzvah celebration which will now be taking place on February 12, 2024. They then discussed the idea that the bears would do a Bear Mitzvah Project. Here are a few websites that were discussed and can be looked into (more than these exist). Please discuss the project with the students over break.

wwf.org

www.tzedekamerica.org/mitzvah-project-central/

www.levelingtheplayingfield.org

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What would you like to do for your Bear Mitzvah Project?

6th Grade

Students in 6th Grade are now being taught by Rabbi Tilchin! Today they had a discussion on tefillah. This discussion was centered around adding emahot to the liturgy in the avot section of the Amidah.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Why would you or why wouldnt you add the emahot into the avot section of the Amidah?

7th Grade

Students in 7th Grade are now being taught by Rabbi Kvod! The students participated in an Ask the Rabbi conversation. The Rabbi answered a variety of questions on topics including Jewish Denominations, Anti-Semitism, and when the First Bar Mitzvah was.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was something interesting from the Ask the Rabbi Conversation?

 

CJL Updates 12/11/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

1st Grade

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

2nd Grade

 

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

3rd Grade

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

4th Grade

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

5th Grade

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

6th Grade

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

7th Grade

Today we had our amazing Chanukah program and celebration. Thank you to those that were able to come to the community song session and candle lighting!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What was their favorite part of Chanukah at TBESOC?

 

CJL Updates 12/04/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students continued learning about the story of Chanukah and all Chanukah related things.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Who makes a good leader?

1st Grade

Students learned about general Chanukah knowledge. They then made candles and ate jelly donuts!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How many candles can be found on a Menorah?

2nd Grade

 

Students learned about general Chanukah knowledge. They then made candles and ate jelly donuts!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How many candles can be found on a Menorah?

3rd Grade

Students drew paper dreidels and played duck duck dreidel with guest teachers Lily and Tamara.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is one letter on a dreidel?

4th Grade

Students made shields for their Chanukah play and practiced their parts. They then participated in an art class with guest art teacher Davia where they drew animal menorahs.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is the story of Chanukah?

5th Grade

Students made clay Shabbat candle holders with guest art teacher Davia.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What kind of candle holders did you make in Art?

6th Grade

Students participated in a Krav Maga class with Sensei Marco where they learned about self defense. 

Ask your students: How can envy be used as a motivator to do better?

7th Grade

Students participated in team building games with Jesse R.

Ask your students: Who is someone you trust in your class?

 

CJL Updates 11/27/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students learned about the story of Hanukkah and participated in Hanukkah related games.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: How many candles does a Hanukkiah have and how does a Hanukkiah differ from a Menorah?

1st Grade

Students had two guest teachers today; Lily and Tamara! Students listened to a Hanukkah story. Students then partnered up and asked each other questions about their own feelings on Hanukkah. They then learned about the four letters on a dreidel and played some dreidel with some gelt! Finally, students learned everything about the Menorah. 

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is one of the 4 Hebrew letters on a dreidel

2nd Grade

 

Students had two guest teachers today; Lily and Tamara! Students listened to a Hanukkah story. Students then partnered up and asked each other questions about their own feelings on Hanukkah. They then learned about the four letters on a dreidel and played some dreidel with some gelt! Finally, students learned everything about the Menorah. 

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is one of the 4 Hebrew letters on a dreidel

3rd Grade

Students participated in an art lesson with guest Art teacher Davia in which they drew menorahs based on animal designs. Students then wrote letters to the children of Israel and played Hanukkah Hebrew letter games.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What did you write to the children of Israel?

4th Grade

Students participated in a Krav Maga lesson led by Sensei Marco. They then participated in a Hebrew assessment and started to work on their Hanukkah play!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is your favorite Hebrew letter and name its sound.

5th Grade

Students participated in a Hebrew naming of their bears led by Rabbi Rosner.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What do you remember about the bear naming ceremony?

6th Grade

Students participated in a discussion about envy and how it can act as a motivator for people to do better in their lives. They then learned about Rachel and Leah and discussed the importance of not embarrassing others.

Ask your students: How can envy be used as a motivator to do better?

7th Grade

Students studied the morning blessings and worked on Adon Olam. Students also studied the relevant meaning of the Brachot. 

Ask your students: What is one non-literal meaning of a blessing that you have studied?

 

CJL Updates 11/13/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students participated in an art class with guest art teacher Davia. Students were able to go to the Religious School Shuk to spend their hard earned shekels on prizes! Students then discussed things that they are thankful for.

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is something that you are thankful for?

1st Grade

Students learned about friendship and community while enjoying some pita and hummus. Students were able to go to the Religious School Shuk to spend their hard earned shekels on prizes!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Name one of your friends in class!

2nd Grade

 

Students learned about friendship and community while enjoying some pita and hummus. Students were able to go to the Religious School Shuk to spend their hard earned shekels on prizes!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: Name one of your friends in class!

3rd Grade

Students learned about Shabbat. They were able to practice the Shabbat prayers and learn about traditions and the origin of Shabbat. Students were also able to go to the Religious School Shuk to spend their hard earned shekels on prizes!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What is the origin of Shabbat?

4th Grade

Students participated in a Krav Maga class with Sensei Marco. Students then learned about the Hebrew letter Tzadi as well as final Tzadi. Students were also able to go to the Religious School Shuk to spend their hard earned shekels on prizes!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What sound does a Tzadi make?

5th Grade

Students came up with the history of their bears such as their likes, name meaning, and childhood. Students were also able to go to the Religious School Shuk to spend their hard earned shekels on prizes!

If you are able to bring Tzedakah please do so!

Ask your students: What has your bear done in their life so far?

6th Grade

Students learned about Aaron's blessing as well as the story of Jacob and Esau.

Ask your students: Who received Aaron's blessing?

7th Grade

Students studied the V'ahavta and the Shema and discussed the Ten Commandments.

Ask your students: What are we saying when we say the V'ahavta?

 

CJL Updates 11/06/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students made paper dreidels with guest art teacher Davia. Students then continued their studies on creation.

Ask your students: What is your favorite thing that God created?

1st Grade

Students made beautiful menorahs with guest art teacher Davia. They then learned about the story of Isaac and Rebekah before having a conversation about kindness.

Ask your students: Who was Isaac's wife?

2nd Grade

 

Students made beautiful menorahs with guest art teacher Davia. They then learned about the story of Isaac and Rebekah before having a conversation about kindness.

Ask your students: Who was Isaac's wife?

3rd Grade

Students participated in a krav maga lesson with Sensei Marco. Students then learned had fun making their own Challahs.

Ask your students: What did you learn in Krav Maga this week?

4th Grade

Students made Israeli flags and discussed the Magen David. They then finished their game of Israel Bingo that they started last week.

Ask your students: What is a Magen David?

5th Grade

Students wrote letters to students in Israel. Students then worked on their naming certificates for their bears and finished their Bear Mitzvah invitations.

Ask your students: What did you write to the students in Israel?

6th Grade

Students discussed how Eliezer found Isaac a wife. Students then explored a midrash involving Abraham that taught the idea of respecting your elders.

Ask your students: Why should you respect your elders?

7th Grade

Some students studied their Bar Mitzvah binders while other students took a deep dive into the Aleinu.

Ask your students: Can you recite the Aleinu?

 

CJL Updates 10/30/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students began to learn about creation and will continue to learn about creation next week.

Ask your students: What did God create on each day?

1st Grade

Students learned about the phases of the moon and the months of the year.

Ask your students: Which moon phase were you born in?

2nd Grade

 

Students learned about the phases of the moon and the months of the year.

Ask your students: Which moon phase were you born in?

3rd Grade

Students participated in a krav maga lesson with Sensei Marco. Students then learned about the importance of Tzedakah.

Ask your students: What is something you can donate Tzedakah too?

4th Grade

Students explored the ways that Israel was established. They then discussed kibbutzim and played some Israel bingo!

Ask your students: What year was Israel established?

5th Grade

The students participated in an art project with guest teacher Davia. Students finished their invitations to the Bear Mitzvahs. They then continued to discuss the Hebrew and English names of their bears. 

Ask your students: When  is the Bear Mitzvah?

6th Grade

Students learned about what made Abraham righteous. Specifically, they explored the ways in which Abraham showed hospitality to others.

Ask your students: How can we show hospitality to our guests?

7th Grade

Students worked on several prayers including the Baruch She'Amar, Tov L'Hodot, and the Ashrei. Students then discussed the three services that Jews should attend throughout the day.

Ask your students: How many times do Jews pray each day and can you name any of those services?

 

CJL Updates 10/23/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students participated in a krav maga lesson with Sensei Marco. They then learned about the story of Noah's Ark.  Next week students will be learning about creation.

Ask your students: Where did we get the rainbow?

1st Grade

Students learned the story of Abraham and Sarah. Students then discussed the idea of ancestors.

Ask your students: Who was the first Jew?

2nd Grade

 

Students learned the story of Abraham and Sarah. Students then discussed the idea of ancestors.

Ask your students: Who was the first Jew?

3rd Grade

Students finished making origami for each day of creation.

Ask your students: What did God create on the 4th day of creation?

4th Grade

Students learned about the geography of Israel.

Ask your students: Name some cities in Israel as well as one of the seas of Israel.

5th Grade

The students participated in an art project with guest teacher Davia. Students created invitations to the Bear Mitzvahs. They then discussed the Hebrew and English names of their bears. 

Ask your students: Why are you making invitations for the Bear Mitzvahs?

6th Grade

Students explored the story of Abraham from the Torah. The students used this story to discuss what it means to be an ivri, a Hebrew, in ancient times and today.

Ask your students: What are the different ideas about being an ivri?

7th Grade

Students worked on reading several prayers including the Aleinu, the Ashrei, the Barchu, the Torah Blessings (before and after), Ein Keloheinu, and the Vahavta. 

Ask your students: Sing a prayer you reviewed in class!

 

CJL Updates 10/16/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students particpated in a krav maga lesson with Sensei Marco. They then learned about tzedakah and mitzvot. Students also learned what a Torah is. Next week students will be learning about creation and God.

Ask your students: What is krav maga

1st Grade

Students learned about the Jewish and Grigorian calendars. They then discussed the idea of family and drew themselves as Jewish super heroes. Students then had a blast cooking rice krispee treats.

Ask your students: What does family mean to you?

2nd Grade

 

Students learned about the Jewish and Grigorian calendars. They then discussed the idea of family and drew themselves as Jewish super heroes. Students then had a blast cooking rice krispee treats.

Ask your students: What does family mean to you?

3rd Grade

Students discussed the days of creation and created origami to represent each day.

Ask your students: What did God do on the 7th day?

4th Grade

Students participated in an art project with guest teacher Davia where they made beautiful coasters. They then learned the meaning of Hatikva and went over it in English and Hebrew. Students then had a lesson in Israeli nationalism and went over the shabbat blessings.

Ask your students: What is the national anthem of Israel called?

5th Grade

The bears that the students will be working with during the year were "born". Students decorated shirts and started thinking about a English and Hebrew name for their bears. If students can work on these names at home that would be great.

Ask your students: What is the English and Hebrew name of your bear?

6th Grade

Students dedicated their learning session to whomever they pleased. They then practiced saying "Baruch atah adonai eloheynu melech ha'olam" before adding a sentence that said something good from last week to this week to the end of the blessing. 

Ask your students: Say two words that have a final chaf?

7th Grade

Students played some ice breaker games with Jesse R? 

Ask your students: Tell me about one of your friends from class!

 

CJL Updates 10/9/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Students learned about Simchat Torah and participated in food arts and crafts creating edible Torahs.

Ask your students: What is Simchat Torah?

1st Grade

Students ate fruit to celebrate a sweet new year after participating in a Krav Maga Lesson with Sensei Marco. Students then made Tiny Torahs and had a Torah Parade in honor of Simchat Torah.

Ask your students: What do we do on Simchat Torah?

2nd Grade

 

Students ate fruit to celebrate a sweet new year after participating in a Krav Maga Lesson with Sensei Marco. Students then made Tiny Torahs and had a Torah Parade in honor of Simchat Torah.

Ask your students: What do we do on Simchat Torah?

3rd Grade

Students created mosaic art pieces with guest art teacher Ms. Davia. They then participated in a holiday review and discussed a little about the space of Israel and peace.

Ask your students: How big is Israel?

4th Grade

Students discussed the geography of where Israel. Students then participated in a light discussion on the location of the Gaza Strip as well as the Palestinian people and their geography.

Ask your students: Where is Israel?

5th Grade

Students discussed Simchat Torah and made edible Torahs. Students then wrote the Shema in Hebrew in their Torahs.

Ask your students: What is something we do during Simchat Torah

6th Grade

Students participated in a discussion about Israel. Students then began to learn how to navigate the Chumash. Students learned how to identify chapter and verses starting with the creation story.

Ask your students: What is the first book of the Torah called?

7th Grade

Students talked about the efficacy of prayer and times in their lives when they might have prayed. They then looked at the prayer for Israel, read it once, discussed it, and read it again.

Ask your students: When is a time in your life when you prayed?

 

CJL Updates 10/2/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Worked on a Sukkot Art Project with guest art teacher Ms. Davia. They made paper etrogs to hang in the Sukkah. They then learned about the Lulav and Etrog. Ms. Beth would like to remind parents to have the students bring in Tzedakah. All proceeds go to help children with cancer.

Ask your students: How do you say booth in Hebrew?

1st Grade

Went to a Krav Maga lesson with Sensei Marco. Afterward they made mint Lemonade and created paper etrogs to hang in the Sukkah withy guest art teacher Ms. Davia.

Ask your students: What do you shake for Sukkot?

2nd Grade

 

Went to a Krav Maga lesson with Sensei Marco. Afterward they made mint Lemonade and created paper etrogs to hang in the Sukkah withy guest art teacher Ms. Davia.

Ask your students: What do you shake for Sukkot?

3rd Grade

Talked about Sukkot and made decorations for the Sukkah.

Ask your students: What is the name of the fruit that looks like a lemon that we use on Sukkot?

4th Grade

Talked about the lulav and etrog which they then shook in the Sukkah with Rabbi Rosner. They then learned about Sukkah symbolism and the Jewish calendar.

Ask your students: What Jewish month are we in ?

5th Grade

Students built model Sukkahs and discussed what it means to be part of a Sukkah.

Ask your students: What is one thing you need to make a Sukkah?

6th Grade

Students debated about the meaning of Sukkot.

Ask your students: What do you think is the meaning of Sukkot?

7th Grade

Talked about the 3 Festivals and how Sukkot is one of those festivals that is happening now. Student then went through the Birkot Hashachar (morning prayers) reading them in English and Hebrew.

Ask your students: What are the three festivals and which one is happening right now?

 

CJL Updates 9/18/23

Kindergarten/ Pre-K 

Found Out Unique Things About Themselves and learned about Tashlich. Students explored what they can be sorry for, what they can do better, and how to forgive.

Ask your students: What they can do better next year.

1st Grade

Talked about Yom Kippur and made sorry stones. Students also had a chance to visit the garden.

Ask your students: What is something that you want to say sorry for this year?

2nd Grade

Talked about Yom Kippur and made sorry stones. Students also had a chance to visit the garden.

Ask your students: What is something that you want to say sorry for this year?

3rd Grade

Students learned about the symbols and customs of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Ask your students: How do you say apple in Hebrew?

4th Grade

Students learned about the symbols and customs of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Ask your students: How do you say apple in Hebrew?

5th Grade

Students talked about Yom Kippur. They discussed things that they want to work on during the coming year.

Ask your students: What are you doing to do to "hit the mark" this year?

6th Grade

Students talked about how Jesus was Jewish and explored the Tanach.

Ask your students: What is the Tanach

7th Grade

Students talked about the prayer book and Mishkan Tefillah

Ask your students: What does Mishkan Tefillah mean?

 

Mon, May 20 2024 12 Iyyar 5784