Our Weekly Class Newsletter December 1st- December 5th
A Note from Mrs. Buc
We jumped right back in to our routines after a well needed Thanksgiving Break with a very fun Spirit Week. All the children looked adorable. We also intensely practiced for our Kaballat Hassidur. Please remember to send in your child's Siddur along with their inscription plate in on Monday. I will stick down the inscription plate for you. Thank you to Stacey Levy for being our class helper this week. I hope you all have a fantastic weekend!
12/8- turn in your child's siddur wrapped in a bag if it's a surprise for your child. We will put a plastic cover on it once it is turned in
12/12- Kabbalat HaSiddur, 8-10:30 AM: Ceremony will take place in the Multi- Purpose Room on the first floor.
12/15- Class Hanukkah party, 2- 3- all parents invited: please sign up
12/16- 1st night of Hanukkah
12/19- noon dismissal
1/30- our class leads Kabbalat Shabbat
What Did We Learn This Week?
Tefillah / Class Meeting
Dear 2nd grade parents,
Our ARIOT KOTEV letter is ד (DALED) and the story with this letter is about קַבָּלַת הַסִּדּוּר KABALAT HASIDUR—how appropriate for our 2nd graders who are preparing to get their own Siddurim!
This is a great app I recommend for Hebrew vocabulary:
Touch of Hebrew - Learn Hebrew language through videos, audio and games. by C.E.T - THE CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Shabbat shalom, שַׁבָּת שָׁלוֹם
You call follow all of the exciting things happening in Judaic Studies by reading our blog:http://kidblog.org/davisjs/
or by following Morah Kelly on Twitter at @MorahKelly. To see what is happening in your child’s class you can click on their homeroom teacher’s name on the Blog Roll on the right side of the screen on the blog. You can also read the weekly round-up of all the learning happening in grades 2-5 posted on the blog every Friday.
Thank you to Brent Bernath for being our mystery reader this week.
Happy Birthday Cooper!
A Little Silliness
Our silly box of crayons