On Martin Luther King Jr., the second grade classes of RYNJ collaborated on a meaningful project. Inspired by the poem, “A Box of Crayons,” by Shane DeRolf.. After reading the poem, the children discussed how it related to what they learned about Martin Luther King Jr. This led to a grade-wide discussion about the importance of treating everyone with
Lisa & Chaim Rose participated in the YN Family Adventure in Israel, led by Rabbi Chaim Hagler, with their two sons, Benjamin, grade 2, and Calvin, Kindergarten.
What better place to spend winter break than Israel? I cannot imagine a better way to introduce children to Israel than the Yeshivat Noam Family Adventure! From davening at the Kotel
Yavneh Academy students celebrated Tu B’shvat with a special seder prepared by the Banot Sherut leumi, Atara and Hila. The students learned about the sheva minim, tasted the great fruits of Eretz Yisrael, and danced to Tu b’Shevat songs.
New York, NY—The students of Yeshiva University will present their annual Seforim Sale, North America’s largest Jewish book sale, February 2 to 23, in Belfer Hall, 2495 Amsterdam Ave on YU’s Wilf Campus in Manhattan. The sale is operated entirely by YU students—from ordering to setting up the premises, marketing, and all the technology the
As a follow up to their visit to Englewood Hospital and their unit on the human body, Ben Porat Yosef Kindergarten, Gan Chaverim, opened their own hospital in their classroom, complete with hospital signs in the hallway, a waiting area, a triage area, an x-ray machine and lots of doctors. This was part of the students’ unit about the human body.
Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool students learned about Tu B’shvat by exploring trees and the sources of various foods and the blessings for each one. The children here are posing with Mr. Eitz, who wore a birthday crown in honor of the “birthday for the trees.”
Yeshivat He’Atid students received a special visit in honor of Nutrition Day. Mrs. Rivki Berman, a registered dietitian and Pediatric Community Health Leader from Clara Maass Medical Center, came to the yeshiva to teach the students all about the importance of healthy eating and how different foods help us in different ways. The children learned that in
Yavneh Academy’s Pre-K yeladim learned all about and experienced the different parts that make up havdalah. The children stomped grapes at their very own wine press, created besamim and neirot, and decorated a special cup for the wine. Finally they attended a spectacular Havdalah Night which was a smashing success!
New Milford—The Covenant Foundation has granted the Solomon Schechter Day School a $20K ignition grant to further develop in-house technology for the expansion of the Jewish Heritage/Holocaust Education program for Middle School students following the school’s proven approach of interdisciplinary and cross-curricular education. The school is only one of eight