Ms. Lindsay's Class Recap - 9.14.14
We began the day learning the story of Jonah and the Whale and related the story to our own lives, discussing how there are always consequences to our actions. We are rewarded with good behavior and have things taken away when we don't behave.
Our Hebrew letter of the day was Bet, and the key word was "Bayit," which is the Hebrew word for "House." We were able to incorporate this nicely into our lesson, talking about creating Shalom Bayit (peace in the home) through our actions!
Our Special - Library!
...and the Mitzvah Mania Reading Program
When we got back to class, we wrapped up our lesson about Yom Kippur with one final book - The Hardest Word. We learned that "Sorry" is the most important word to say on Yom Kippur (and all year round!), but it is usually the hardest to say. It is equally important to forgive others, so as we all move into the new year ahead, we'll all aim to become better versions of ourselves.
See you next week!
Lindsay & Leah