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Sunday, 4 November, 2012 - 8:39 pm

 Teacher's Blurbs are below the pictures:

Thank you to all the parents that joined us for the amazing Shabbaton....Many parents that came requested another Shabbaton this year.....& we may decide to do one! 

















 Morah Goldie:

Today we delved into the amazing  lives of three heroes Avraham, Yitzchak, and Yaakov!  We learnt about the how Avraham loved to do the Mitzvah of Hachnasat Orachim, inviting guests to his tent. We made our very own door mats so that we could follow in Avraham's ways in doing this special Mitzvah. Then we discussed how Yitzchak's name reminds us that Sarah laughed when she heard the news that she would have a baby at her old age. We fast-forwarded to the story about how Elizezer, Avraham's servant, went to search for a wife for Yitzchak. Rivka went out of her way and gave water to Eliezer and to his ten camels.  We discussed the acts of kindness that we could do for others. Finally we discussed the differences between Eisav and Yaakov, Yitzchak and Rivka's children. I can't wait to see which incredible Jewish Heroes we learn about next week!
Look out for good deeds that your children do and send a note so that they can receive a prize!

Morah Leeba Rochel:
Today we learned all about the story of noach and his ark and then we built our very own fppd arks with all three levels, food animals and people! We had so much fun! Cant wait for next week

Sharon Razla:

" 86,400. What does this number mean? That is how many seconds we have in day. But how many seconds a day do we spend thinking about Hashem or thanking Hashem for our families, homes, friends, life, etc...We learned that one who believes in Hashem, talks to Hashem... And one will only feel and "see" Hashem, if we ourselves let Him in first. Like last week, we again reviewed that having a relationship with Hashem is crucial to us as Jews. This is the link that hold us together... otherwise, why do we need or want to do mitzvahs like Bar or Bat mitzvahs? Certainly not because our parents or teachers want or tell us to!!!! We have to be active partners in having a relationship with Hashem---just like one would with a parent or friend. We are not robots. Doing a mitzvah is only half the work... the other crucial half is feeling it...and feeling that you are becoming closer to Hashem."

 Only the best wishes.
Morah Chana:
In Hebrew club this week we learned all abt Abrahams tent and how it was opened on all 4 sides so what ever way the travelers were coming they can stop to rest in this tent and rest! We made our very own tents with stickers and colorings! Can't wait to see you all next week :) 

Morah Fraidy:
Today we learned all about respect. Respecting our parents, teachers and friends. We made cool signs for our rooms and heard stories teaching us how we should always be respectful in every situation! Hope to see you next week! 

Morah Chanie:
This week we learnt about Tefillah! Tefillah is what connects us to hashem! We heard a story of a simple shepherd that was able to nullify a decree by his simple prayer! We played pictionary, drawing things that we need vs wants! See you next week!
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