Making the Kotel using sponges dipped in paint.
Sophia, Yael, and Jake wrapping and painting boxes to be bricks of the Kotel.
The blocks that the students added to the Kotel.
Jake and Azariah decorating one of the gates of Jerusalem. This is the “Tiger’s Gate.”
The Lion Gate and the Kochavim Gate.
Avishai tracing a stencil of Jerusalem.
Ashira and Sophia added people and small blocks to the Kotel.
Roei was very careful not to knock any blocks over while he added people.
Yael and Amiel adding different paper pieces to our map of Israel.
Acting out the parasha with Morah Marion.
Azariah adding flowers to Har Sinai הר סיני (Mt. Sinai).
Sophia is tracing Luchot HaBrit.
Shoshana cutting the Luchot HaBrit she traced.
Yair decorating his Luchot with tiles.
Making a picture of Jerusalem in their passports.
Putting our messages to Hashem in our Kotel.
Putting the notes for Hashem on the Kotel.
We are waiting for the bus to Tel Aviv.
Punching a hole in the tickets to the bus.
Singing “The Wheels on the Bus” on the bus.
Making the sea of Yam Tichun ים תיכון.
Yitzi and Yair making the shore with sand, shells, and paint.
Making the mix for the falafel.
Rolling the falafel balls in our hands.
Shaping the falafel mix to balls.
Making signs for the falafel stand.
Cutting oranges for the orange juice.
The juicer is loud!
The fifth graders came for Activity Period on Tuesday afternoon and helped us make signs for our falafel stand and our shuk.
Making signs for the falafel stand and the shuk in Tel Aviv with the fifth graders.