Special Projects

We had a fun filled week of learning here at Maayan.  Students worked on a variety of projects and lessons throughout the building.  In each class, students are growing and learning.  It is so fun to watch the joy on student faces as they figure out concepts and gain confidence in their skills.

In Tipot, students put carnations in water with food coloring to see what would happen as the water travels up the stems and planted bean seeds.

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In Geshem, students said special things about their mothers for Mother’s Day.

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In Mayim, students had circle time talking about Mitzvahs.

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In Mrs. Shenk’s class, students built representations of Mt. Sinai with different types of toys.

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In Mrs. Gore’s class, students shared their journal writings and made illustrations to go along with their stories.

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In Mrs. Kalter’s class, students talked about and illustrated Avraham inviting guests.

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In Mrs. Bagley’s class, students talked about their favorite parts of Mr. Popper’s Penguins.

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In Rabbi Kalter’s class, students worked in pairs and groups to plan out their upcoming projects.  They began answering questions and planning out their next steps.

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In Mrs. Depew’s class, students made special string art projects for mother’s day.

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The Yachad girls went on an overnight trip to the coast, and learned about Lewis and Clark as well as marine life.

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In Rabbi Skolnik’s class, the Yachad boys worked in partners and groups to read together.

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