Hebrew Camp 2013
Kids enjoyed various activities such as making animals, kites and flags in art, learned the names of different musical instruments in Hebrew in music, and prepared Pita Pizza, Limonada(Lemonade), and cookies in cooking class. The oldest group, the Koalot, did a great job this year working in the makolet, the camp store. Every day the campers visited the makolet and learned something new. It was great to see the older kids help the younger kids ask for what they wanted in Hebrew. Our trip to the mini golf was lots of fun and children chose their golf ball color in Hebrew and counted the number of strokes it took them to sink a ball.
Kol tuv! All the best!