Monday, October 6, 2014

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

2014 - 2015 Pacing Guide

Plan your year with this 2014 - 2015 pacing guide. The guide has space to write a topic or theme for each week as well as notes about special field trips or events. Sunday dates are already entered as are all major Jewish holidays. With a separate page for each month and extra writing space, this year's pacing guide is even more helpful in your preparation.
2014-2015 Pacing Guide 

Monday, May 12, 2014

Ideas to Wrap Up The Year

This list provides fun, creative ideas for summarizing learning, reinforcing social bonds, praising students for class achievements, and looking forward to the next year.

Wrap Up the Year

Friday, May 9, 2014

The Broken Shards - A Tikkun Olam Story

Based on Lurianic Kabbalah, this page for teachers tells the story of the scattered shards of light in kid-friendly language. The sheet includes several suggested classroom activities for further exploration into Tikkun Olam.

A Sacred Story

Monday, May 5, 2014

Middot Grid

This middot grid provides teachers and students with a list of Jewish values in Hebrew and English. Teachers may encourage their students to learn the words in Hebrew and their meanings. Then, challenge students with these prompts:
  • For each value, think of someone you know who demonstrates that value.
  • For each value, develop an action plan of how you could demonstrate that value.
  • Interview your parents. Which of these values do they hold as a core belief?
  • Assign one value for each month. During each month, concentrate on practicing that value with your family.

Middot Grid

Six Word Memoirs

As the end of the school year nears, challenge your students to summarize their Jewish school year using the popular phenomenon of the six-word memoir. Students' writings can be compiled into a booklet or posted on a blog to share. Examples are provided in the instruction sheet.

Six Word Memoirs

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Hebrew Sudoku

Your students will have fun playing Sudoku with Hebrew letters. Two Sudoku games are included in this download: a 4x4 game that uses letters aleph through dalet and a more challenging 9x9 game that uses letters aleph through tet. An answer key is provided for each puzzle.
Hebrew Sudoku
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