Congregation Netivot Shalom Preschool seeks to create a stimulating and enriching educational environment for each and every child.
We are devoted to helping children learn socialization skills, building their self-confidence and teaching them the preliminary skills to explore and experience the world independently from their parents.
In addition, we seek to ignite a spark in each child to lay claim to her or his Jewish heritage and commit him or her to a lifetime passion for learning.

Friday, March 27, 2015

HaShavuah - Nevonim

 HaShavuah

27 March, 2015 ~ 7 Nisan, 5775​

Pesach Projects proliferated this week!
  • K
    ​o​
    s Pesach
    ​:
    We
    ​decorated ​
    cups!
    ​They can be used for Kos Eliyahu/Elijah's cup or Kos Miryam/Miriam's cup. NOTE: Handwash, and only on the inside.
  • ​Torn paper 
    Collages
    ​about the Y
    am
    ​S​
    uf
    ​/Sea of Reeds​
    ​ and the Jewish people walking through it on dry land​
     
  • We practiced cleaning for Pesach! 
  • We made M
    ​a
    ​t
    za Pizza! 
  • Using cloth, fabric paint and batting we made pillows for reclining
    ​/​
    mesubin at our Seders. 
  • ​We practiced the Four Questions and learned a special song about the order of the Seder with hand motions.​
  • ​We made paper and ​s
    ock puppets for Pesach. 
  • ​We made paper Seder plates.​
  • We were
    ​ avadim/​
    ​"​
    slaves
    ​"
     and made
    ​"
    bricks
    ​"​
      without straw. 
  • We read
    ​The M​
    ou
    ​se​
    in the
    ​M​
    a
    ​tz​
    a
    ​F​
    actory
    ​, one of Ruth's favorite books
  • We made
    ​a 
    Pesach book using our own easel paintings.
  •  In book club, we read the
    ​Shabba
    t
    ​L​
    ion:
    ​A​
     Jewish
    ​F​
    olk
    ​T​
    ale from Algeria.
  • We made paper and bricks from slurry. 

In the garden ...
  • We transplanted corn
    ​sprouts
  • We picked
    ​chia
     and pea shoots
    ​ and pods, and ate a salad!​
  • We made lemonade from the GIANT lemons from Lauren's house.
In the community ... 
  • We visited the library for stories with Nora and went to Berkeley Way Mini Park.
 
Shabbat Shalom U'Mevorach!
 
Judy, Ruth, and Inbal

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