Gimel 3 gimel – 3rd Year 

 Morah Peggy Weiner

 

Today in class we worked on:
9/18 –
—Warm up reviewing 5 Hebrew letters and vowels with games on whiteboards
—Learning all about Modeh Ani
   -What it means
   -Why we say it
   -How to read it
   -Putting the meaning into our own words in our Siddur
—Hebrew vocabulary including please and thank you
—Hebrew Through Movement
We had a very productive day!
Homework to be completed by next class:
9/18 –
Please read Modeh Ani on page 6 in the textbook. It should be read 3 times. Homework should take on average about 10 minutes to complete. If at any point throughout the year it takes longer, please have your student stop, and we will finish together.
If your student was absent and doesn’t have his/her book, Modeh Ani is written below:
מוֹדֶה/מוֹדָה  אֲנִי  לְפָנֶיךָ  מֶלֶךְ  חַי  וְקַיָּם
שֶׁהֶחֱזַרְתָּ  בּׅי  נׅשְׁמָתׅי  בְּחֶמְלָה  רַבָּה  אֱמוּנָתֶךָ

 
 

Today in class we worked on:
9/11 –
We had a great first day doing the following:
—Activities getting to know each other
—Review of 5 Hebrew letters and vowels with games on whiteboards
—Exploration of our new textbook, Kol Yisrael
—Discussion about our yearlong project putting together a siddur with     all the prayers we will be learning
—Decorating front and back covers for our Siddur
—Demonstration of Shofar blowing by Rabbi Prass
I am looking forward to a wonderful year!
Homework to be completed by next class:
9/11 –
There is no homework this week. If your child did not bring in supplies yet, please have your student bring a two pocket folder, six pencils, 1 pack of dry erase markers and 1 pack of thin markers to be kept in their cubby in our classroom.