Judaism

Sukkat Shalom Lesson 2 Home Learning

Activity instructions for PreK-3

There is a link to this video in the Seesaw Class App. If your student needs help with with this activity, encourage them to drop in to the Lower El Zoom classroom between 4:30-6:30 M-Th.

Sukkat Shalom Lesson 2 Activity

Everything in the activity bag is sorted by weeks 1-5. Please make sure your students keep everything together in their bag so that supplies will be reused throughout the year. A new activity bag will be provided before each 5-week module.

Challenge instructions for grades 4-7

Sukkat Shalom Lesson 2 Challenge

The written challenge instructions are in your student’s blue folder. If your student needs help, encourage them to drop in to the Lower El Zoom classroom between 4:30-6:30 M-Th.

Family Schmooze

The Family Schmooze document for Lesson 2 is in your student’s blue folder. Enjoy the learning together.

Posted by Nora Chaus in At Home Activities & Challenges, Curriculum, Judaism

Sukkat Shalom Lesson 1 Home Learning

Activity instructions for PreK-3

There is a link to this video in the Seesaw Class App. The only help students will need is with the iron that is used to iron on the transfers. There are two transfers for each student. They can iron one onto their bag and decorate it as well. If your student needs help with anything other than ironing, encourage them to drop in to the Lower El Zoom classroom between 4:30-6:30 M-Th.

Everything in the activity bag is sorted by weeks 1-5. Please make sure your students keep everything together in their bag so that supplies will be reused throughout the year. A new activity bag will be provided before each 5-week module.

Activity Instructions for PreK-3

Challenge instructions for grades 4-7

The written challenge instructions are in your student’s blue folder. If your student needs help, encourage them to drop in to the Lower El Zoom classroom between 4:30-6:30 M-Th.

3-7 Challenge

Family Schmooze

The Family Schmooze document for Week 1 is in your student’s blue folder. Enjoy the learning together.

Posted by OKCJS Director in At Home Activities & Challenges, Curriculum, Judaism

Sukkat Shalom

This week we begin the first of five 5-week Judaism modules. In this first module, we will be teaching the Jewish value of סֻכַּת†שָׁלוֹם Sukkat Shalom and the Caregiving Principle of Creating a Feeling of Safety.

The Hebrew phrase, סכֻּתַ†שָׁלוֹם (sukkat shalom), means “shelter of peace,” a place that generates the feeling of safety and protection. It is part of the Hashkiveinu blessing in the evening service, in which we request that God:

וּפְרוֹשׂ†עָלֵינוּ†סֻכַּת†שְׁלוֹמֶ

U’fros aleinu sukkat sh’lomecha.

“Spread over us Your shelter of peace.”

Video Overview for Parents

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Judaism – Activity Boxes and Weekly Challenges

Our learning approach will use a hybrid of synchronous and asynchronous learning. The week’s theme will be introduced in a synchronous weekly mifgash (“gathering”) and continue at home asynchronously as children delve into module-related content and concepts with a fair amount of independence from the adults in their lives. Lower elementary age children explore them through a curated box of hands-on activities, while upper elementary learners receive engaging weekly challenges.  

While developed with minimal at-home adult responsibility for learning, resources are offered to encourage informal  family conversations.

Activity Boxes for PreK-3

Weekly Challenges for Grades 4-7

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