Pre-k students at Lubavitch on the Palisades embarked on an international country tour. Children examined a globe in order to understand where they live in relation to the rest of the world. The children were delighted to learn that they would be spending the week exploring the cultures of India, France, Italy and
Gan Henel has been having such a great time learning all about winter! The children made snowflakes and fake snow—and did special ice art where they froze colored water and then used it to draw. They hibernated, had a relaxed pajama day and counted the marshmallows in their hot cocoa. But now they’re holding
A visit from Dr. Ari of Fair Lawn Dental Professionals taught the little learners at Anshei Lubavitch preschool all about proper dental health and hygiene. Dr. Ari demonstrated proper teeth brushing with Franasaurus, a stuffed dinosaur. The children heard what foods are good for your teeth and what foods should
Shua Cohen (age 8) participated in Teaneck Community Charter School’s Multicultural Night. He taught about Shabbos and even served a cholent from Maadan. Thanks to the JYEP and his babysitter, Molly Gussen for all the help!
BPY’s Gan Shemesh learned about shapes this week. They learned the English and Hebrew words for circles, squares, triangles and rectangles. They then went on a shape hunt around the school and found shapes everywhere they looked! Gan Shemesh friends were able to identify and select each individual shape as they
In the past few weeks Morah Michal’s Nursery B learned all about brachot. Starting with hamotzi followed by mezonot every week they learned about a different bracha, worked on their amazing Brachot Book and had a special in class experience related to the bracha of the week. For example, they baked challah for
The children of the Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School had “snow” much fun this week. If the snow won’t come to New Jersey, then the children will make their own. The children have been hard at work all week in science and art creating their own snow, painting, using their imaginations and getting creative. No
Tenafly Chabad Academy celebrated Rosh Chodesh Shevat with a special breakfast. Middle schoolers made fruit kabobs and edible plants (with fruit roll-ups and cupcakes) in honor of Chodesh Shevat, the month of Tu B’Shevat, the new year for trees.
To prepare for the upcoming holiday of Tu B’Shevat, the yeladim at Kol Chaverim Preschool in Fair Lawn learned all about trees. They also started the week with a special Rosh Chodesh assembly where they welcomed in the new month of Shevat! The children sang “Hallelu” and “Happy Rosh Chodesh.” They also
The pre-k children of Yavneh Academy and Gan Yavneh gathered together for a fun and festive Havdala night. Making Havdala uses many of the senses—listening to the beautiful singing of Havdala, smelling the fragrant besamim and tasting delicious grape juice. The children then used their senses as they made their
The yeladim of K2 were so excited to finish their life sized paper dolls after completing a two month unit on the external and internal body. This unit included hands-on experiences of the skin, the five senses, the heart, arteries and veins, lungs, digestive system, bones, muscles, brain and nerves. The dramatic