Our days have been filled with very special events over the last two weeks. On Kesher Day we welcomed many grandparents and special friends and had the chance to mark on both maps and a graph the countries where they were all from. Then Kindergartners and their grown ups drew and colored the flags from those countries. What a beautiful display the flags created in color, design, and the diversity they represent.
Undaunted by the rain, Kindergartners jumped right into the Rainy Day schedule and had great fun participating in a whole range of indoor games with their color teams in the morning and having the chance to go and play in the park with their buddies in the afternoon.
A big thank you to the parents who came in and helped us make the Challah for the Kindergarten Kabbalat Shabbat. We baked six beautiful loaves and over forty rolls for the celebration and could not have done it without the support of the parents.
Weeks of hard work certainly paid off as the children shared what they have learned about Shabbat with all of us on Friday morning. What an amazing job they did on stage, and we saw how proud they were as they shared the contents of their Shabbat boxes with their families. A big thanks and special appreciation for Talia, Margaret, and Tal for all their hard work in preparing the children for this very special event.
Looking forward to the last few weeks with these remarkable and full of surprises children.
Dawn and Liz
Kindergarten Trip to Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Tuesday, May 28
9:15-1:30 (separate reminder email to be sent)
Kindergarten Trip to Prospect Park Zoo (note change in our destination!)
(more information to follow)
Monday, June 3