We are back from winter break, and things are in full swing. Last week, students were starting new units and working together in classrooms. In each classroom, students are learning and growing each week. It is so great to hear and see the activities going on around the school. Remember, there will be no school on January 15th for Martin Luther King Jr. day.
In Tipot, students are learning about their senses. They made their fingerprints and handprints learned that we see with our eyes.
In Geshem class, students made and decorated baskets for baby Moshe and the Parsha of the week.
In Mayim class, Mrs. Gore came and read a story to students during their Shabbat Party.
In Mrs. Shenk’s class, students wove baskets out of construction paper for baby Moshe and the Parsha of the week.
In Mrs. Gore’s class, students worked together to solve a subtraction problem and find ways to show the answer with their partner.
In Mrs. Kalter’s class, students had fun acting out the Parsha of the week with Rabbi Shenk.
In Mrs. Bagley’s class, students broke apart numbers, showing tens and ones to solve math problems. They also worked on identifying places in maps and making their own.
In Rabbi Kalter’s class, students talked about patience.
In Dr. B.’s class, the 5th grade girls worked on multiplying decimals, and the 6th grade girls worked on converting metric measurements.
In Mr. Wilson’s class, the girls continued working on their science vocabulary projects.
In Rabbi Skolnik’s class, the boys talked about loans and interest.
The boys have been working on foreign languages and the 7th grade boys are learning about Mitosis in science.