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Parsha Comes to Life for JKHA Early Childhood

In JKHA early childhood, learning the parsha is an experiential learning opportunity. Teachers and students act out the weekly parsha, and focus on different hands-on experiences to learn about parshat hashavua. For Parshat Noach, students dressed up as the animals from the teiva. Throughout early childhood classes, students discussed what they would bring on the teiva, built a teiva out of MakerSpace materials and made edible rainbows. All of early childhood and lower school enjoyed a week of many colors as students dressed up in their cohort’s color at the end of the week.

Pre-k had their annual “mabul party” where they dressed for the weather, sang songs and played learning games. Some of the hands-on educational activities included seeing a rainbow by looking through colored water bottles and experimenting with items to see whether or not they would float or sink. They also played a fun game trying to figure out which child was hiding behind the umbrella.

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