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The Great Passover Fair is Coming to Town!

The Great Passover Fair is Coming Our Way! 

Sunday, April 6 from 11:00-12:00 

This year, we will be celebrating the knowledge, songs, and lessons we learned about this awesome holiday of Passover with parents and the greater community as well! 

As you ...

 
 
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Please read to end for question of week!

This week we focused on the approaching holiday of Purim.  The students had the opportunity to see a megillah up close which resulted in some really interesting questions from the children. When we give opportunities for genuine Jewish exploration, a deeper and more meaningful ...

 
 

Strings, Ice and Sink Holes, We Cover it All!

Today we discussed the ambitious Korach, who attempted to incite a rebellion against Moshe.  We learned how Hashem clearly demonstrated how it was Moshe whom He chose to be the leader of the Jewish People. 

An important part of this lesson was that just as parents at times punish ...

 
 

It's an Illusion... or is it?

As we continue to make our way through the Book of Bamidbar, we encounter the perplexing story of The Spies.  At first glance, it is difficult to understand how these men, chosen from an entire nation to represent their fellow Jews, could behave so cowardly. 

This story gripped our ...

 
 

It Has Been Way Too Long!

We have been away from this forum for a long time due to winter break, inclement weather, holiday lessons and teacher in-service... It's good to be back in the regular routine of Hebrew School. 

This week we will continue on with the travels of the Jewish People in ...

 
 
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Oil Always Rises to the Top

We had quite a greasy lesson today, but one that will remain with the children for a long time.

We discussed how the Greeks wanted the Jewish People to become assimilated into the Greek culture. In this way the deferred from Haman who wanted to annihilate the Jewish People regardless of the way ...

 
 
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I'm Going to Put the Levi Here.

Today worked on bringing the story of the Jewish People's travels in the desert to life in our classroom.  Each class was assigned a different part of the project and together we created a wonderful depiction of life in the desert.  We will be adding to this display as the lessons ...

 
 
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Raise Your Flag

Today we had a meaningful lesson in which we explored the camping of the Jewish People in the desert.  There were close to 1,000,000 men, women and children who traveled as nomads for 40 years in the desert.  In order to maintain order, the tribes used flags to keep stragglers within ...

 
 
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Right Now Would be a Good Time to Read this To the End!

This week we focused on the priestly blessing as written about in the
Book of Bamidbar (Numbers).  This is the Book of the Torah
that we are focusing on this year in Jewish History.  To gain a
better understanding of what the Birchat Kohanim,
the Priestly Blessing, is, we had a ...

 
 

A Burning Question

In the future, for the most part, the prizes will not be candy related. They will be fun prizes, without all the sugar!

This week we focused on a very interesting story about how the Jewish People achieved atonement for one of the worst sins they committed as a nation against ...

 
Splitting the Sea
What Does G-d Have to Do with It?
Is it possible to be spiritual and selfish at the same time?
 
One More
Celebrating the Future Redemption
Egypt and the 21st Century
Make use of your mental Photoshop program and insert yourself into the picture. You ...
 
The Eighth Day of Pesach: The Feast of Moshiach
Counting the Omer
Why Do We Count the Omer?
From the second night of Passover until the day before the holiday of Shavuot, the ...
 
Sefirat HaOmer Minisite
Video
Moshiach and the End of Days
What is it that will come to an end in the future redemption, and what will existence ...
 
Beyond the Law
Art
Splitting of Sea
The splitting of the Reed Sea as the Jews left Egypt.
 
Cooking
 
Cauliflower Au Gratin