For Lag B'Omer all of our classes took part in a round-robin filled with an array of holiday-related activities that stimulated their senses. Around a contained fire our students felt the heat, heard the crackling, and smelled the burning wood. The students tasted the flavors of the day with roasted marshmallows and carob. Each child made a tactile art project with a color contrast that can be seen by some children with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).

In preparation for the harvest holiday of Shavuot our students picked herbs they planted earlier in the year in our therapeutic garden. Our students and staff also worked together to create a tactile mural of the wheat harvest which we donated to the local Nursing Home in Ramot. Finally, all of our classes made and enjoyed cheesecake as a delicious end to the celebrations.