Recently, I’ve noticed a change in my best friend. She has started making excuses whenever I ask her to hang out. She doesn’t seem unhappy as if something is bothering her, she just seems unhappy with me. What do you think is going on?
Last week the Moriah early childhood was treated to a visit by a petting zoo, in honor of Parshat Noach! The children enjoyed petting, combing and generally interacting with very friendly farm animals including rabbits, sheep, goats, a cow, a donkey and a llama. A pony ride for each child rounded out this amazing
The children had such a colorful week in gan! They learned about the keshet that appeared in the shamaim as a sign and learned the names of the colors in Ivrit. They even learned about warm colors and cool colors and found them on a canvas painting. The little “artists” also mixed the primary colors using Play
Asked to describe her experience at Ma’ayanot, junior Leora Tiger said, “It’s amazing to be in a place where you can tell that every person in the building wants to be there, and beautiful relationships can be built from that feeling.” The warmth, caring, encouragement, spirituality and individuality that
In culmination of their reading unit about inventors, the fifth-grade students at Yeshivat He’Atid were tasked with developing an invention that could help solve a problem in classrooms. The students learned about the importance of assistive technology and how it helps students in various ways, specifically students with
Parshat Noach came alive in the RYNJ ECD classrooms with the children learning all about animals, weather, rainbows and more. From counting pairs and matching games, building teiva structures, and science exploration about the weather and rainbows, every day was enriched with parsha-themed excitement.
TCA sixth graders presented incredible Chumash projects recreating the location of each of the twelve tribes around Ohel Moed, in Morah Chani’s Chumash class.
The Idea School clubs have gotten off to a great start! Students in the Drama Club are deciding which play to perform this year; the Environmental Club got to meet, appropriately enough, outside, while the weather is still warm; and Mighty Chondria, a student-led STEAM club exploring the intersection between art and science,
Thanks to the leadership of their creative rebbe, Rabbi Yaakov Nadler, Yeshivat Noam fourth graders experienced the Sunrise Minyan. Living the first two mishnayot of Masechet Brachot, the students witnessed first hand the transformation from night to day, from “dawn” to “misheyakir,” which is when it is
Following the Abraham Accords’ historic normalization of relations between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the State of Israel, TABC’s senior class was privileged to welcome UAE Chief Rabbi Yehuda Sarna for an exclusive virtual visit on Monday, October 26. Rabbi Sarna briefly recapped his journey from YU musmach to
Parshat Noach provided lots of opportunities for science and fun in pre-k. Students experimented with objects from around the classroom to see which of them float and which sink. They talked about the water cycle, and charted the rate of evaporation in a cup of water left on the window sill. The children dressed