The Kindergarten classes teamed up last Sunday to discover “Whats so Jewish about Ducks, Cats, Dogs and other Animals?” We learned that there are commandments in our Torah on how to take care of animals.
On Sunday April 22, Religious School kindergartners and their families, holding brand new passports and boarding passes “flew” on El Al flight 18 to Israel.
The Sunday before Spring break, teacher Barb’s class was busy singing with Moses to make sure that the Pharaoh will “Let Our People Go.”
Rocki’s Kindergartners and Rina’s 6th Graders paired up once again for a special Buddy Day!
When the Kindergarten students learned about the mitzvah of Bikur Cholim, visiting (or bringing comfort to ) someone who is sick, they were given the opportunity to make a special gift for our friend and staff member, Michelle Werier.
Our kindergartners celebrated Tu B’Shvat, the birthday of the trees, in the Temple’s Donna Gross Garden.
“Who fought Antiochus, tell me please?” If you’d really like to know, ask the kindergarteners or their sixth-grade buddies.
The kindergartners artistic ability was enhanced by the sounds of REAL pouring rain as they created pictures from the story of Noah and the Ark.
There is nothing sweeter than to see the sixth graders serve as mentors to the kindergarten kids. The Thanksgiving Beyond Shelter Market provided just the opportunity.
Last Sunday the 6th Graders and the Kindergartners had the first of several planned “ Buddy Days” together. The aim of this experience was to promote self-confidence, do mitzvot, and create lasting relationships between our Sixth Graders and the Kindergartners.
A new year and new Jewish learning experiences are well underway with our Kindergarten students! We’ve started studying the important Jewish values of mitzvot and tzedakah.