Thank you Dr. Moradi, Aharon’s dad, for coming to 1A to read a special story and talk about his job as a gastroenterologist. What a great community helper! The first graders will be learning all about communities and community helpers.
While most schools began their winter break after last Wednesday, Gan Henel is open for a full week of Fun Days for all kids infant-8 years. It’s open to the community but was really fun to see older siblings and meet new friends! We went on with our regularly scheduled program for the younger kids—including arts and
Anshei Lubavitch students are continuously working on their literacy skills! Younger students learn letter sounds with interactive letter-related activities like drumming for the letter “D.” As their phonemic awareness and motor skills develop, students practice shaping the letters with Play-Doh, sand, writing
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a great day to encourage kids to give back to their community with service projects at home. At school, teachers spent the day in two important activities: First, the students learned the meaning of chesed in chevruta, in the spirit of Dr. King. Then, they finished the day with analysis of
“We are a box of crayons. Each one of us is unique, but when we get together … the picture is complete.”
The children of the Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School joined together to learn all about and honor Martin Luther King Jr. and everything he fought for. King believed in
In celebration of the letter “L,” Kinneret pre-K students squeezed lemons and tasted their very own fresh lemonade. The letter L unit shared a story called “The Lineup Book” by Marisabina Russo and “Lunchbox” by Eve Merriam.
The children of Gan Yaldenu of Teaneck have been learning about “Healthy Habits.” They learned about eating healthy, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep and personal hygiene.
Cheder Yaldei Menachem proudly follows in the Rambam’s footsteps. In honor of his yahrzeit this week, CYM focused on some aspects of the Rambam’s life. He was a great Torah scholar who authored Torah books clarifying the mitzvot. Recognizing this, many classes adapted learning a new mitzvah each day. The Rambam was
RYNJ seventh and eighth grade Grandparent-Parent-Son Learning program was pure nachas. Shacharis, breakfast, chavrusa learning, a shiur from their respective rebbe and then the privilege of hearing from keynote speaker, Rabbi Rothwachs, rav of Congregation Beth Aaron who spoke on “Living a Fulfilling Life of
BPY fifth graders learned how to research, take notes, write informational and narrative pieces of writing, all while using the writing process with a focus on the writing mechanics. After completing the intense research on explorers and creating an explorer portfolio and artistic depictions that highlight aspects