There are no days off from Torah! On New Year’s Day, the entire TABC community was invited to a virtual shiur by Rabbi Daniel Fridman on the halachic perspective concerning COVID-19 vaccination. Following that, each class enjoyed a special shiur by their respective grade mechanech. 2021 at TABC is off to a great start!
Kindergarten students at Lubavitch on the Palisades celebrated the accomplishment of learning ten “red words” with a party. Red words are often high-frequency sight words that can not be sounded out based on phonetic rules and are taught through repetition and memorization. Children dressed up in red clothing,
Yeshivat He’Atid third graders completed their genre study on biographies. The completion of this unit springboarded into their monthly book club which focused on the genre of biography. Each child read a biography about a person from history or modern day who they were interested in learning more information about. They
Over the last two months Moriah Kitah Daled students have been involved in many exciting learning experiences. They began Parshat Vayeshev which begins with the story of Yosef and his beautiful kitonet pasim. As they learned that Yosef was a ben zekunim to Yaakov and how adored and favored he was by his father, the class
Naaleh’s LIFT committee for religious programming put together a beautiful, moving and informative newsletter that was distributed digitally to the Naaleh family on Asarah B’Tevet. Revolving around the central themes of galut and geula, the newsletter contained teachings and tips from students and faculty on how to be more
On January 1, when RYNJ students in grades four to eight had yeshiva on Zoom, 58 students in grades one through three participated in over an hour of Torah learning and parsha activities. Rabbi Wachtel led a learning session entitled “Are there books, chapters, paragraphs and sentences in the Torah?” and
The children of Cheder Yaldei Menachem had the exciting opportunity to check out the many new Jewish books at their very own CYM pop-up Jewish book store! Each child looked around and chose their favorite new book to explore and buy. They learned that bringing Jewish books into their home brings holiness into
MTA talmidim in Rabbi Danto’s freshman shiur completed their second retzifus chazara of the year on Monday, December 28, where they reviewed the second perek of Masechet Megillah for an hour and 45 minutes straight with no interruptions, culminating in a siyum on the perek. The talmidim are participating in the
Bruriah juniors enjoyed an amazing challah bake program this past week, led by Grade Coordinator Mrs. Amy Tropp. The girls were given customized aprons and individually- packaged ingredients. While waiting for their yeast to proof, the 11th graders were privileged to hear from 12th-grade teacher and world-renowned speaker, Mrs.
The Shalom Yeladim kinderlach are loving the first snow of the month! They had the time of their lives playing in the snow during their outdoor time. The pre-k class made a funny looking snowman and the toddler class enjoyed other outdoor activities with their favorite morah. The children are always keeping their
Mrs. Stein’s AP chemistry class was treated to a virtual “backstage pass” to the Alushin Labs at Rockefeller University through the Lab Backstage Program. Ayala Carl, a graduate student at Rockefeller University, and a Ma’ayanot alumna (‘12), engaged the students in a discussion about pharmaceutical drug design