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TABC Students Maintain Relationship With Daughters Of Miriam

In an effort to enhance the upcoming holiday of Pesach, under the leadership of Rabbi Ezra Stone, TABC students took the time to write inspiring divrei Torah and make Pesach posters for the residents at Daughters of Miriam. In the past, TABC has visited Daughters of Miriam throughout the school year, but these visits have been on

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Yeshivat Frisch Takes on Tanach

In preparation for the International Bible Contest for youth, Chidon HaTanach, in just a few weeks, Frisch senior Beni Romm ‘21, the reigning Dr. Shimshon Issacheroff USA Chidon HaTanach Champion, went head to head on Wednesday with his Chidon coach, and Hebrew teacher, Rabbi Yair Shahak, first place winner of the 2016

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Yavneh Fifth Graders Explore the Role of Bread In Yetziat Mitzrayim

During the past few weeks Yavneh Academy’s fifth graders have been exploring the role that bread played in leaving Egypt. They asked the question “What makes bread rise?” Through an integrated project between general and Judaic studies, students began researching the answer to the question. A discovery that

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Moriah Pre-K Gets in ‘Order’ For the Seder

The Moriah School pre-k students are learning about the Pesach Seder. The word seder means order. They understand that many things have order. The order of the Seder, their morning routine, their bedtime routine, the agenda at school and books also have a beginning, middle and end. What does order do for us? It

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Kol Chaverim Is Ready For Pesach

Kol Chaverim pre-k class prepped for Pesach in groups. Toddler classes love to sing “Frogs are jumping everywhere!” Threes classes are working hard on their Haggadah!

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Naaleh Prepares for Pesach With ‘Ask the Rabbi’ Sessions

In anticipation of Pesach, each grade has the opportunity to discuss divrei Torah and halachik applications of Pesach with local rabbanim. The 11th grade had the tremendous privilege to hear from Rabbi Benjamin Yudin, who discussed that matzah is the source of emunah and helps us tap into the inner strength displayed by our

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Experiential Learning Brings Pesach to Life at Yeshivat He’Atid

The students at Yeshivat He’Atid have been very busy preparing for Pesach. Each grade worked with their morot to explore Pesach through meaningful experiential learning. Students learn best through questioning and inquiry, and as students participated in these experiences, they dove deeper into each topic, creating an

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RYNJ Bakes Matzah

RYNJ’s ECD yeladim had a great time learning all about matzah and then getting to prepare matzot of their very own at Morah Aviva and Morah Ronit’s matzah bakery. Each child received their own separate bowls of flour and water. When the 18 minute timer began, the little bakers rushed to pour the water in and

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Yavneh Gan Students Use Their Senses to Learn About Pesach

The Pesach Haggadah, explains that each person must see themselves as having personally come out of Egypt. When the Yavneh Gan students explored the story of Yetziat Mitzrayim they saw, smelled, felt and tasted the redemption. The students explored all of the elements of the sensory experiences that are

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At Ma’ayanot, Pesach Is Everywhere

Pesach came early to Ma’ayanot as students delved into multiple learning and experiential programs about the chag, all building excitement for its arrival. Every Gemara class has chosen aspects of the Yom Tov and explored its meaning, making the count down personal and inspiring. The ninth and 10th learned about

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RYNJ Eighth Graders Get Fired Up

RYNJ eighth graders enjoyed an evening together, warmed not only by the fire and food, but inspiring words to “Get Fired Up!”—the evening’s theme of personal growth. Rabbi David Goldfischer, RYNJ eighth grade parent, compelled everyone to start Nissan with a sense of newness, which was followed by a

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TCA Students Bake Their Own Shmurah Matzah

In honor of Rosh Chodesh Nissan, TCA middle school students enjoyed an immersive, hands-on matzah bakery experience. During this experiential learning with Rabbi Grossbaum from the model Matzah Bakery, the students learned the significance and art involved in producing a shmurah matzah. Beginning with separating

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