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Anshei Lubavitch Takes A Lech Lecha Journey

Anshei Lubavitch students learned all about Lech Lecha and re-discovered the lost art of packing a suitcase! The students discussed different modes of transportation and had class discussions about what they would pack if they were travelling like Avraham and his family.

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BPY Kindergarten Explores the Parshiot

BPY kindergartners have been busy exploring the parshiot of Berashit and Noach through artist studies and research projects. What do you know about turtles? Cezzane? Jackson Pollack? Van Gogh? How big was the teiva? It has been incredible to watch the budding artists and scientists at work. Of course, literacy,

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Naaleh Freshmen ‘Chalk It up’ in English Class

The Naaleh ninth graders made colorful and informative chalk murals outdoors as they explored essential plot elements in English. At the end of class, during the gallery walk, the girls explained their artwork to their classmates. When class was over, there were only chalk crumbs remaining—but the parking lot, and the girls’

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Naaleh Initiates First Student G.O. Committee

Naaleh is proud to introduce its first G.O. committee to the programming roster! The G.O. is made up of elected student representatives from each grade who are eager to bring their spirit, passion, and creativity to Naaleh’s Student Life program. As sophomore Elisheva Kelsen says, “I am excited to be in a position of leadership

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Moriah Plus Afterschool Program Is Back

Welcoming over 200 Moriah students, the Moriah Plus Afterschool Program is back in action in a COVID-19 safe environment!

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RYNJ Students Imagine

RYNJ first grade students put their imagination to work. After a read aloud of the book “The Red String” by Margot Blair, students got to work. Just as the book traces the adventures of a red string as it winds its way around the world—without a word of text—so too RYNJ artists created masterpieces using a

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RYNJ Students Imagine

RYNJ first grade students put their imagination to work. After a read aloud of the book “The Red String” by Margot Blair, students got to work. Just as the book traces the adventures of a red string as it winds its way around the world—without a word of text—so too RYNJ artists created masterpieces using a

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Chabad of Tenafly Hosts a Petting Zoo

In honor of Parshat Noach, Lubavitch on the Palisades preschoolers were treated to a petting zoo. The children had a chance to see and feed many animals such as cows, sheep, goats, llamas, ducks, rabbits and more.

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TABC Students Create New ‘Economies’ in Senior Elective

Seniors in both of Cary Reichardt’s introductory conomics classes began a new project last week in culmination of their unit on economic systems. The students were tasked with analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of different systems in the process of designing an “ideal economy” and were then presented with

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Yeshivat He’Atid Shorashim Students Create in Honor of Creation

Shorashim students had so much fun learning about Parshat Bereishit. They participated in a parsha project-based learning unit using various materials, textures and tools to create a multi-sensory Bereishit book. The little learners worked on building fine motor skills through cutting, ripping and gluing special crafts

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The Idea School Hosts Mishmar Discussions

In the sophomore and junior beit midrash classes, which are learning Sefer Nechemia, students were tasked with representing the first perek in creative ways. The journal pictured here is from the point of view of Chanani, and it follows his journey as he travels to tell Nechemia the news of Jerusalem’s destruction. The

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Shalom Yeladim Children Enjoy Fun Outdoor Play

The children love to play in the playground! They have so much fun playing with all of the toys. Collecting leaves and interesting things is always an adventure for them. While weather permits, classes go out and play for as long as possible.

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