Kitah Gimel Model Seder- סֵדֶר פֶּסַח

We had a special Model Seder yesterday. 3A and 3B connected virtually to celebrate together. All the students took turns reading from the Haggadah throughout the Seder. Students from 3A became different characters and described themselves. Everyone sang beautifully and enjoyed the special Seder meal. Students from 3B finished off the afternoon performing a Pesach play. All of the students did a wonderful job in helping to make our Model Covid style Seder very memorable. It was the perfect way to usher in our Passover break.


Wishing all of our students and families a wonderful Pesach.
Chag Sameach!

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Each Friday afternoon, the Grade 3 classes have been getting together via Google Meet. We have enjoyed Kahoot games that helped us review schoolwork. Special friendship interviews had students in 3A and 3B talking with each other on Google hangouts and getting to know each other a little better.

Today we were lucky enough to spend time with the authors of our Chumash workbooks. Noam and Dalia Reshef have taught for many years in Israel and Montreal. They decided to make workbooks easier and more interesting for children to learn Chumash. We had fun looking through the book and learning with them today. Mme. Stephanie joined our meet today and we found out that Noam and Dalia are her in-laws.

 

Kitah Gimmel Israel Projects

The last three weeks have been very busy in Kitah Gimmel. We have been researching and developing our projects on our choice cities in Israel, and were very excited to share our 3D models (using only things we already had at home!) with the class. We have been learning from each other about different cities, new cultural foods, and ancient holy places.

Tel Aviv

The Kotel in Yerushalayim

The Clock Tower in Yafo

City of David (Ancient Jerusalem)

Rosh Hanikra

Carmel Mountain

Haifa

Tefilla at the Kotel (stop motion video)

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Mi Ani Kitah Gimmel

 

This week Kitah Gimmel has been excitedly working on a new project called “Mi Ani” (who am I?). Each student was tasked with learning new information about a fellow classmate (each student was given a list of questions in Ivrit),  without them figuring out who is writing about them!  Kitah Gimmel is excited to present their projects to the class, and seeing whether their classmates can figure out who they wrote about!