Molly Kulwin

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Name: Molly Kulwin
Date registered: March 12, 2018

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  1. Different Perspectives — April 16, 2019
  2. Anafim v’Alonim- back in action! — April 2, 2019
  3. Quiet on set…. ACTION! — March 7, 2019
  4. Deepening each other’s ideas in Anafim v’Alonim — February 22, 2019
  5. Building Connections in Anafim v’Alonim Between L’hitpalel and Channah’s Tefillah — February 5, 2019

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Apr 16

Different Perspectives

For the last few weeks, children in Anafim v’Alonim (“branches” and “oak trees” for 4th and 5th grades)  have dug into a  line from the Mishnah about how the Passover story should be told.  The Mishnah says the story should be told: “beginning with disgrace and ending in praise.” Following that, children looked at an …

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Apr 02

Anafim v’Alonim- back in action!

Yesterday was Anafim v’Alonim‘s (“Branches” and “Oak Trees” for 4th-5th grade children) first session back from break.  We started the afternoon by going around the table sharing something from the previous week that we did or something we are looking forward to. After finishing the L’hitpalel (“To Pray”) theme, we explored Purim for a few …

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Mar 07

Quiet on set…. ACTION!

Projects and artist statements are done! We are SO READY for Family Exploration and Celebration THIS Sunday.   Soon we will celebrate the holiday, Purim!   Yesterday Anafim v’Alonim (branches” and “oak trees” for 4th and 5th grades), prepared to write our very own Purim shpiel! Well folks, you heard it here. Anafim v’Alonim is …

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Feb 22

Deepening each other’s ideas in Anafim v’Alonim

What a week it has been in Beit Anafim v’Alonim (branches” and “oak trees” for 4th and 5th grades).  All the deep and thoughtful question asking, ideas and artwork that have developed over this theme are just… EXTRAORDINARY!!   This week children did some serious and focused planning for their projects to share with the community …

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Feb 05

Building Connections in Anafim v’Alonim Between L’hitpalel and Channah’s Tefillah

For the past few weeks in Beit Anafim v’Alonim (branches” and “oak trees” for 4th and 5th grades) we’ve been exploring our current theme,   לְהִתְפַּלֵל (L’hitpalel) through a text about Channah and her תְּפִלָּה‬, tefillah (prayer).  The text can be found in the first book of Samuel.  This week children explored the feelings and ideas …

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Jan 22

Opening Text In L’hitpalel!

On Sunday in Beit Anafim v’Alonim (branches” and “oak trees” for 4th and 5th grades), we started our FIRST text of this theme,  להתפלל (L’hitpalel). We read from the first book of Samuel 1:11.  The beginning of this text talks about Channah and her inability to conceive. She prays to Adonai to give her a …

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Jan 10

Celebrating Rosh Chodesh in Anafim v’Alonim

Yesterday was the first day of the Hebrew month of Shevat.  Rosh Chodesh (head of the month) is celebrated on the first day of each new month.  In Anafim v’Alonim (“Branches” for 4th and “Oak Trees” for 5th grade), we bring in the new month by celebrating our accomplishments and recognizing the tefillot (prayers), that …

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Dec 13

Chanukah Continues In Anafim v’Alonim!

This week in Anafim v’Alonim (“Branches” for 4th grade and “Oak Trees” for 5th) are powering through their Chanukah projects.  There are three possible endings to the Chanukah story that children have been exploring for the past couple of weeks.  Some children are comparing the different endings while others are digging deep into one or two. …

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Nov 29

Wrapping Up Ya’akov and Esav In Anafim v’Alonim!

This week in Beit Anafim v’Alonim (“Branches” for 4th grade and “Oak trees” for 5th and 6th grades), we have been super focused on finishing any final details to our projects, sharing out our artist statements, and some editing around our words.  This is really such an exciting time.  Not only are we just over …

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Nov 16

Making New Connections in Anafim v’Alonim

We have been very busy in Beit Anafim v’ Alonim (“Branches” for 4th grade and “Oak trees” for 5th and 6th grades), this week as we connect all of our inquiries on this text.  Children are making connections from earlier parts of the text to later parts of the text through their beautiful art work. Some …

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