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Gan Yaldenu of Teaneck Enjoys Nature Week

Gan Yaldenu of Teaneck explored all things nature for Nature Week. The children went on a nature scavenger hunt, planted seeds, made nature suncatchers, nature prints and enjoyed their outdoor exploration.

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The Idea School Inspires With Rabbi Sacks Memorial Project

Shortly following the passing of Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z”l in November of last year, The Idea School decided to anchor their spring semester’s learning in Rabbi Sacks’ book, “A Letter in the Scroll.” The Idea School is a Jewish project-based learning high school, located in Tenafly, which opened in 2018 and, briefly, strives

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Camp Gan Israel at Alpine Celebrates Dylan’s Bar Mitzvah

Dylan Selick, a 12-year-old boy from Tenafly, joined Camp Gan Israel at Alpine Scout Camp this summer and Camp Director Rabbi Yossi Katz realized that he was having a birthday. Dylan would be turning 13 the very next day.

Rabbi Yossi called Dylan’s parents

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Anshei Lubavitch Day Camps Celebrate Hachnasat Sefer Torah

Anshei Lubavitch Day Camps had the tremendous privilege this week of helping to welcome a new sefer Torah to their shul! The children created signs, flags and banners—danced, sang and joyously marched the Torah to its new home.

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Camp Shalom Session Two Starts With a Bang

Campers and counselors all enjoyed another exhilarating week at Camp Shalom! The whole camp participated in a Rock N Rope Warrior show, demonstrating their jumps of joy with jump ropes and learning to jump through the hoops. Travel bunks explored the mall during a mall madness scavenger hunt and soared high at

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Food Week Is Fun at Gan Yaldenu Tots

This week, campers enjoyed fun with food by exploring different foods through science, dramatic play, art, baking and a special visit from the ice cream truck.

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Camp Gan Israel of Tenafly Has Another Amazing Week

Some of the amazing activities that Camp Gan Israel had this week include a visit from an ice cream truck, making havdalah candles, arts and crafts, yoga and science experiments. One of the fun science experiments was making rainbow clouds with shaving cream and food coloring!

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SDK @ Anshei Ends First Session With a Splash

Camp SDK @ Anshei Lubavitch, for boys ages 9-13, fearlessly climbed up two stories high and then set speed records sliding down waterslides!

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Camp Acheinu Has a Strong Start

Camp Acheinu had an incredible start to camp! With a fantastic group of staff members and over 250 boys, there is a lot of excitement every day in camp! From daily learning with Rebbeim, sports leagues and swimming, trips, special activities and workshops, the kids are having a blast! Last week the entire camp enjoyed an

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Moshava Ba’ir New Jersey Is Off to Great Start

Moshava Ba’ir had an incredible start to the summer! With 800 campers and staff joining camp from communities all over New Jersey and New York, the campus is filled with excitement and activity! Last week MBNJ celebrated all of its campers and staff members making aliyah with a special Yom Aliyah

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Camp Yaldenu of Teaneck Goes Under the Sea

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Moshava IO Has Best Summer Yet

Kayitz 2021 is in full swing and Camp Moshava IO is having the best summer yet! The theme for this summer is Moshevet Hitorerut (an awakening) which was kicked off with an incredible and ruach filled opening tochnit. Through theme related activities the chanichim explore the stories and personalities

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