education – bet tues

Today in class we worked on:

9/27-

  1. Our kitah (class) had sanctuary/t’fillot time with Rabbi Prass.
  2. Afterward, we went outside with kitah Alef for Hebrew movement lead by Rabbi Prass. Please remember to send your student with a light jacket, as the weather is getting cooler.
  3. We wrote up a classroom covenant. They came up with:
    • Cooperate
    • Listen
    • Learn
    • Don’t be too silly/goofy (I like a good laugh, but sometimes we need to be serious)
    • Tell the truth
    • Be a good student
  4. In the classroom, we did review of what the students went over last week. I heard some very nice Ivrit (Hebrew) reading. We did flashcard review. I gave the students a fun mnemonic devise to remember some basic pronouns. Ask your student:
    1. Mee is___ Hoo is___ Hee is___.

Homework to be completed by next class:

  1. Pages 8 and 9 in the main Welcome to Modern Hebrew sefer (book) is to be completed by next class on 10/11/2022. The answers are in the book. It should not be difficult.
  2. Do not hesitate to ask any questions.
  3. Please make sure your child brings their Hebrew books, as well as something to write with.

Today in class we worked on:

9/20-

  • All school tefillah
  • Hebrew Through Movement outside with Rabbi Prass
  • Attendance
  • Tzedakah
  • Word of the Week
  • Page 10 in textbook
    • Ayfo HaDvash? (Where is the honey?)
    • Read as a group and translate the Rosh Hashanah words
  • Page 11 in textbook
    • Read as a group and translate the Rosh Hashanah words
  • Flashcards for vocab words on page 11
  • Yom Kippur video: What is Yom Kippur? The Jewish High Holiday
    • Does your family have any break the fast traditions?

Today in class we worked on:
9/13-

  • All school together to talk about the year ahead and hear the shofar
  • Attendance
  • Tzedakah
  • Word of the Week
  • Ice breakers
  • Hebrew Through Movement outside with Rabbi Prass and Madrich Charlie
  • What are we doing this year?
  • Rosh Hashanah video: What is Rosh Hashanah? The Jewish New Year
    a. How does your family celebrate Rosh Hashanah?
    Homework to be completed by next class:
    9/13-
  • Bring your textbook so we can begin our learning!