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Leslieville Jewish School Curriculum

 

5781 Leslieville Jewish School Calendar  תש"פ

 

Grades Sk-2

 

Date

 

 

Jan 17

Jewish people who made a difference

 

Jan 31

Tu B’shvat

 

 

Feb 7

Israel

 

Feb 28

Purim

 

March 14

Passover

 

April 11

Torah stories

 

April 25

Torah Stories

 

May 2

Shabbat

 

May 16

Shavout

 

June 6

Last day

 

 

Grades 3-6

Date

 

Jan 17

Jewish people who made a difference

Jan 31

Tu B’shvat

Feb7

Israel

Feb 28

Purim

March 14

Passover

April 11

Yom Ha Shoah

April 25

Jewish Life Cycle

May 2

Shabbat

May 16

Shavuot

June 6

Last day

 

Tu B’Shvat event – Sunday January 31

Purim celebration – Sunday February 28

Virtual Passover celebration – Sunday March 14

Jewish Cooking - Sunday Apr 11

 Shabbat Craft – Challah covers – Sunday May 2

Last day celebrations – Sunday June 6

 

 

Intermediate curriculum outline

 

Jewish Project

Pick a Jewish person – It can be anyone from the Bible, an entertainer, politician, sports figure.

A list of names will be provided for you to pick from or you can pick your own.  Presentations will be 3-5 minutes. Presentations can be presented in any format that is comfortable for the student

Someone who has done something for the Jewish community or made stood up for something they believe in, An example is Baseball player Sandy Koufax who refused to pitch game one in the world series in 1965 because game one was on Yom Kippur.

Tu B’shvat – Why do we celebrate it and why is it important?

Israel – We will learn a little bit about the different cities and have a scavenger hunt game about Israel

Purim – Purim History has anything really changed. If we were putting on a Purim play who in today’s world would play the parts.  Actors, singers, politicians?

Passover – talk about the women’s role in the Passover story, how were they important

Yom Hashoah – Hatred, Racism and bullying how they affect the world around us and how they hurt others.

Life Cycle Birth to B’nei Mitzvah

Shabbat – Shabbat is the day of rest – How different Jews celebrate Shabbat.

Shavuot   - What is this holiday about and why is it important to history and us today

Last day – Presentations and goodbye

Wed, 16 June 2021 6 Tammuz 5781