KC Kids had a blast at their Purim carnival! The older division created and ran various carnival games for the younger children. Some of their favorite games were Purim ring toss, Queen Esther coin drop, Haman bean bag toss, an obstacle course, pin the hat on Haman and Purim characters memory game. The students
The Moriah middle school students participated in a chesed project of writing greeting cards to the IDF soldiers. This was in conjunction with the ZOA which has sent the cards to be delivered with mishloach manot to IDF soldiers. The students were able to express their admiration and appreciation to the soldiers
Anshei Lubavitch preschoolers came to school in their best silly costumes for the Purim Carnival Fun House! They rocked out at a Purim dance party, decorated clown cupcakes, marched in a Purim parade, played Purim parachute games, watched a Purim puppet show, showed off their costumes on the red carpet, had their
Zany hairstyles, backward clothing, flash mob singing of “Mishenichnas Adar Marbim b’Simcha,” hamantashen photo contests, and Minute-to-Win-It cookie challenges punctuated a joyful month of Adar at SSDS Bergen.
On the Thursday prior to Purim, members of the Yavneh Academy Hebrew Experience Theater presented “Purim: The Musical!” Thank you to Yavneh faculty members Robin and Tzion Elbaz for their wonderful direction and play writing and to Binyomin Ginsburg for the musical accompaniment. Kol hakavod to the students on
This week, Moriah pre-k children went on a triangle hunt around the school searching for all different triangles! They used ‘Haman-Hat-Radar’ to find them! The children brought a white board along to tally how many triangles they found! They found triangles in Jewish stars, clown hats, and hamantashen pictures, around
Yeshivat Noam fourth graders had a blast with this creative Adar game incorporating social skills with an academic review! The students arrived to a silly morning message and had a great time finding their clue matches!
Gan Ilanot 3- and 4-year-olds participated in the mitzvah of giving mishloach manot by visiting Daughters of Israel in Summit on March 4. They spent time preparing songs, baking hamentashen and packing gift bags for the seniors and presenting them with goodies. A special experience was had by all!
At Cheder Yaldei Menachem the children learned the Purim story in so many wonderful ways. They saw puppet shows, acted out the characters and even heard a real Megilla reading! The children learned about the characters of the story, King Achashveirosh and Vashti, wicked Haman and the children’s favorites, Queen Esther and
In advance of Purim, Yavneh Academy fourth and fifth graders joined together to help pack mishloach manot for Tomchei Shabbos.
BPY fourth graders produced a beautiful and meaningful Heritage Fair this week through song and multimedia presentation, which was a culmination of their literature and Hhistory units. The classes shared the journey they took. Parents and special guests were invited to the Heirloom Museum at which the students