In this week’s Parsha we were learning with the students about the power of words and what “Lashon hara” can do. For the parsha activity students were writing good things about their classmates, then they shared how they felt when someone said a good thing about them. We all agreed that “Lashon hara” has the opposite effect.
We should always think before we speak and not to use “lashon hara”, it can hurt somebody’s feelings.
What a great activity to finish the week with:)
On Tuesday Feb.2nd ,we are going to have our Chumash Quiz on the topic “Lavan and Yaakov”. The Quiz Preparation worksheet is going to be very similar to the quiz itself.
If you have any questions please let me! GOOD LUCK!
Hello Grade 5B families,
Please see below the Grade 5B General studies video. This is the detailed, extended version of my recording which gives a little more information. The shorter version I will share tonight in our Back to School virtual meeting.
Please see the below slides document from Morah Ofra detailing the 5B Hebrew curriculum and protocols
Thank you and hopefully ‘see’ you tonight!
Miss Mellenthin and Morah Ofra
Hard to believe that this year is over. I had a pleasure teaching you grade 5 students in the last few months and must say that this has been a wonderful but also a very challenging time.
Distance Learning was challenging but at the same time it brought us closer together despite the physical distance. I am glad that I had a chance to see you a few days ago at the entrance to your home and I hope that this coming September we can all go back to class. I wish you a healthy, joyful summer and can’t wait to see you in 3D.
Attached please see a list of resources to help you continue to progress in Hebrew:
Cartoon to help with basic Hebrew reading (Basic Hebrew reading exercises)
TeachMeHebrew Terrific site full of Hebrew grammar exercises, songs, dialogs and more.
Hebrew by Nemo Excellent App with the most essential words and phrases in Hebrew
Short Videos in Hebrew Movie Trailers Dubbed in Hebrew
Hebrew 101 Videos to teach Hebrew and free podcast lessons
Sending you a big, loving hug,
Shalom Kitah Hey!!!
I hope you had fun with your Grandparents this morning.
We will continue with our Virtual Siddur. If you have already completed with your group, Baruch She’amar, please start recording the Ashrei.
Don’t forget, to explain what the Ashrei is about in your recording.
Looking forward to YOUR AWESOME videos.
Shalom Grade 5,
I hope you all had a wonderful Shabbat. I am proud of all of you for writing letters to Holocaust Survivors! You are all modeling our North Stars: Being Responsible For One Another.
This week we will memorialize our Heros (Israeli Soldiers) on Tuesday and Celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut with the world on Wednesday.
Today, I would like all of you to watch this video about Women of Israel (Zionism). When you finish we will play a fun Kahoot about these amazing women. Women of Zionism
Have a wonderful day.
Especially now, we can make an impact with Survivors. If you feel comfortable please read all 6 Holocaust Survivor (see attachments below) bios. If you have time it would be wonderful if you are able to write a personal letter to each one of them. I understand you many cut and paste a part of your letter but after reading the different biographies, I hope you will comment on their personal stories. (Suggestions: talk about your family, what you did over Pesach, hobbies, share what life is like at home, and please ASK them questions as well as Advice). Please use one google doc for all 6 survivors.
If you do not feel comfortable, please write to different letters to the residents of the Lodge.
The idea of this assignment is our North Star – being responsible for one another.
Due end of class Friday, April 24. When you finish writing the letters, please watch some of the episodes of the Anne Frank Diaries Online: Do you feel any connection after watching some of the videos? (Since the subject is the Holocaust, if you do not feel comfortable watching an Anne Frank Video, please write a journal entry, how you felt during Pesach vacation).