In Jewish Studies we sang songs about Purim to get us ready for our field trip to River Garden. We love singing the song called ” Esther, Marry Me” and ” My Hat Has Three Corners.”
During Music with Ms. Emily, we shook our shaky eggs and held our drum sticks using our finger tips. Ms. Emily said we were using our fine motor skills to get us ready for writing.
We are learning about the Letter “S” this week. We sounded out words that have the “S” sound such as: silly, snake, star, shark, share, smile, swim, seal, soup,sky,school,sing and sheep.
We decorated our room for Purim with masks of Queen Vashti, King Ahasurus, Uncle Mordecai, Queen Esther and Haman. We also used tons of necklaces to decorate all over our room. We had so much fun marching around the room with our groggers. We love Purim!!!
“S” is for silly. We laughed so hard when we tried on funny photo props. We really liked the snorkel mask and the red lips.
Our Junior Chefs had the best time making matzah ball soup and challah bread on Wednesday. Chef Heather came into our room to teach us how to put an egg wash on challah bread and then how to sprinkle to poppy seeds on it. She also helped us roll matzah balls for our delicious soup that we ate during snack. Thank you Ms. Heather. You’re the best!
Question of the week ” What superhero would you be and why?”
Lauren – I would be Wonder Woman because she saves people.
Belle – I would be Super Girl because I like her costume.
Lily – I would be Spider Man because he shoots spider webs.
Ellen – I would be Peppa Pig because I like her super hero costume.
Jeremy – I would be Spider Man because I like the Itsy Bitsy Spider song.
Jake – I would be Spider Man because he shoots webs to catch the Joker.
Alyssa – I would be Wonder Woman because I like her costume.
Jack – I would be Batman because I like his cape.
We had the best time running around the lunch room with Ms. Whitney during P.E. on Thursday. She taught us how to control the ball with our feet and how to stop the ball during a game of red light, green light. We can’t wait to try soccer out on the playground later today.
During GARDENING with Ms. Heather we went out to the garden to add mushroom fertilizer to our garden planter. Then we planted corn and carrot seeds. Now the hard part of a gardener. WAITING. We love when we get to taste the vegetables from our garden. Hope it won’t be too long.
Our Junior Artists made curvy snakes for the letter “S” out of paper and glue. We love their long tongues and their pretty orange markings.
During Show-N-Tell we talked about: Fairy stickers, sunglasses and stamps, A straw, A police car and dump truck, A lion in a cage, A remote control car, A microphone and a pink bear.
Our Ema and Abba did a great job leading us in our prayers for Shabbat.
A big hug to our Mystery Reader. Our class loved the Groover book.