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Sep 10

Patterns in Nature, Patterns in Ourselves

This week in Yetzirah, Nitzanim (“Buds,” for 1st-2nd grade children) took a closer look at one of the natural symbols of Rosh Hashanah: תפוחים (tapuchim- apples). We used sliced halves of tapuchim as our painting instruments to create a tapestry for Nitzanim.

 

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Nitzanim put on their careful listening ears for a quick demonstration at the beginning of the lesson so they could be independent learners for the rest of their time in Yetzirah. Such careful focus!

 

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We practiced holding our paintbrushes closer to the bristles so we have more control over our painting

 

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Patiently waiting turns for a tzeva-color

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21231415426_992c7026b4_oWorking independently to make something together! 

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תודה (toda thank you), Nitzanim! During the first week of Jewish Enrichment Center, you made something together by through listening, taking turns and working as a team.

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