Today we received letters from 4th grade students in Israel. We wrote them back, introduced ourselves (where we live, favorite sports, subject or food) and wished them Shana tova.
We’ll continue this relationship via emails, in order to practice Hebrew writing, speaking (by recording)
and also to have an authentic communication and bring Israel to our classroom.
Getting ready for Yom Kipur, we talk about the term “T’shuva” and its different meanings in class.
Gmar Hatima Tova,
Today we talked about making tshuva and the importance of saying sorry to each others.
The students wrote the word “slicha” (sorry)
and then put in the water to erase it and have a fresh new start “Daf hadhash” (a new page).
Shabbat Shalom and Hatima Tova,
In Hebrew class we study about our daily activities, such as eating, playing, learning, playing an instrument, running, walking, traveling, volunteering and more.
We practice writing and speaking using the connectors “and”, “also”, “but”, “because”.
Here are some of the students’ work.
4th grades worked in Centers writing Shannah Tova wishes, learning vocabulary related to the holiday and have fun activities.
Dear students and families,
May this year be filled with health, happiness, learning and creativity.
Have a blessed and a good year.
During the past weeks we reviewing Hebrew words and letters. We write our names in print and cursive and also learn with Tal Am interactive program.
Welcome 7th + 8th Grades !
‘ברוכים הבאים כיתות ז’+ח