Tag Archive: Hebrew

May 08

Reinvigorating Ivrit in Anafim

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The Anafimers have come such a long way in their study of Ivrit! We have children reading dialogues in Ivrit and even changing up the words in a sentence to make an even sillier sentence that still makes sense grammatically! Another huge milestone in Ivrit is the familiarity children have with the language that they …

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May 07

Nitzanim Shows Their Skills

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We are so proud of our Nitzanimers this year who have acomplished so many things in their עברית (Ivrit – Hebrew) challenges.  Everyone’s been working hard to challenge themselves and learn more than they knew at the beginning of the year.  Including the boy in the video before. With very little help from the morah, he sings …

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Feb 27

Ivrit Progress in Anafim

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  Sometimes as we engage in explorations it is hard to see the progress we make. That’s why, when we do make measurable progress, it is that much more exciting! This week, the Anafimers were able to see themselves how much they have accomplished in Ivrit. Let’s see how they got to the point where …

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Feb 13

Anafim full steam ahead!

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  Two weeks ago, Anafim started a new Hebrew book with new vocabulary. In the past two weeks the children have been flying through the books! This week the children began using puppets to read Hebrew with their friends.   There is so Much enthusiasm in the room! The children enter, read a Hebrew message …

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Jan 30

We’re Ready to Read

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The Anafim (2nd – 3rd grade) welcome board read, in part: היום מורה הנדה בישראל (Hayom Morah Hinda b’Yisrael.) – Today Morah Hinda is in Israel. And the rest of the board was in Hebrew, and children read it! They were ready. Anafimers know a lot of Hebrew, which they’ve learned simply by being here at the Jewish …

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Jan 23

Anafim begins a new theme

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This week flew by in a whirl of motion. There was so much palpable excitement in the air! Unveiling a beautiful yetzirah project, fantastic Ivrit activities, new mischakim (games), and finally, the start of a really exciting new theme. When Anafim entered on Tuesday they were greeted by a whole range of objects from a בֵּית כְּנֶסֶת …

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Jan 09

Welcome Back, Anafim!

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After a long and snowy break, Anafim is excited to be back at the Jewish Enrichment Center! With Tu B’Shvat just around the corner, Anafim has begun to think carefully about how we celebrate and preserve our natural resources. The Jewish idea of Bal Tashchit, (בל תשחית) the prohibition to waste, has been our focus. We …

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Dec 19

Shorashim Knows Their Colors!

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This week Shorashim practiced their צבעים (tzevaim – colors)!  We did a lot of work matching objects of the same צבע (tzeva – color), such as the אדום (adom – red) match a Shorashimer is working on here!   In Yetzirah with Morah Naomi we identified different צבעים (tzevaim – colors) on the big rug.  Here friends are hopping from כתום …

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Dec 19

New Nitzanim Hebrew Challenges

This past week in Nitzanim we’ve been having fun with some brand new עברית (Ivrit-Hebrew) challenges, all about צבעים (Tzvaim – Colors)! Here, Nitzanim learns about their new challenge!  They need to match the צבע on one card with the שם (shem – name) of that צבע on the other. The boy in the picture above is matching the word on …

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Dec 12

Shorashim Counts in Hebrew!

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This week Shorashim had lots of practice counting in Hebrew through many different activities.  One of the most popular activities was hopscotch!   The challenge was that you had to say the numbers in Hebrew as you jumped on them.   Shorashim had winter in mind, playing “snowball” games in which we either tossed the “snowball” …

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