to review material from the previous class:
the vocabulary and symbols of the holiday, RoshHaShanah:
Rosh HaShanah- New Year ( Head of the Year) ,
Dvash – Honey,
Shofar - Shofar - (a horn that we blow on High Holy Days),
pomegranate – rimon (seeds inside symbolize the 613 commandments in the Torah),
Shanah Tovah! –Happy New Year! (greeting for Rosh Hashanah).
to have a discussion: What kind of present would I give to the world for its birthday?
Story: Even Higher, Rosh HaShanah story, by Eric A.Kimmel, Jill Weber. Project: Decorating Shofar and making Apple/ Honey Holder for Rosh Hashanah. Suggestion for family activities: Ask your children about their favorite Rosh Hashanah symbols . Shavuah Tov! Shanah Tovah! L’Hitraout! Faithfully yours, Natalya