Making prints of a honeycomb on canvas by dipping bubble wrap in yellow paint.
Making prints with apples dipped in yellow, red, and green paint.
Giving tzedakah after learning about this mitzvah in Drama class.
Imagining that we are pennies ready to go into the tzedakah box.
Checking on our experiment of what solution preserves an apple the best. We found out that milk preserves the apple better than water, water with baking soda, or vinegar.
A taste test - which apple do you like the best? Red, yellow, or green apples?
The students took their picture and placed them on the apple they like the best.
Science class with Morah Mimi - how can you make apple seeds dance?
Making Rosh HaShanah cards for our special grandparents.
Shabbat party with Noah and his parents.
After learning about the shofar, it was time to try and blow it.
Mr. Benji Hain is blowing the shofar according to the students' request.
We made a special visit to Beth El’s kelim mikvah to toivel the new vegetable peeler we got for the soup.
Cutting vegetables for the soup we made for Tasty Tuesday.
Exploring a pomegranate/rimon רימון with magnifying glasses and spoons, before tasting the seeds.
Tasting the pomegranate seeds - they were sweet and yummy for most of the students.
Tasting three kinds of honey: wildflower, clover, and silan, or date honey.
The students placed their pictures under their favorite honey.
Decorating a honey jar with air-dry “magic” clay, and adding sequins and glitter.
Visiting the shul!
Enjoying apples and honey at our Rosh HaShanah Tasty Tuesday lunch.