Thursday MORNING SINGALONG WITH MORAH PAM
Music with Morah Pam
||Thursday Mar 27, 2020 11:30am - 12pm (EDT)
Letter Writing! (see below for a mitzvah project) Or write a letter or draw a picture to a family member (maybe someone who lives far away or maybe an older grandparent or relative.) Maybe the recipient will write back! Who doesn't love to get mai
Time to gather all the Passover books in your house and make a pile. Read one each day. Act out the story if you like.Or make a video of the book or the Passover story. Older children can create a storyboard (an outline) of the video or make a cartoon or make a book.
Make a rocket ship from an empty toilet paper or paper towel roll. First decorate the roll with windows or details that you want on your ship. then cut 3 equi-distant 1 inch cuts on the bottom (where we'll insert 3 cardboard or cardstock-heavier than paper-triangles is rectangles to make your ship stand up.) Decorate them before inserting them in the slits. decorate a construction paper circle roughly 5 inches in diameter. Cut one a slit from the center to the edge and then make a cone by moving one side of the slit on top of the other. glue or tape. Glue the rocket top onto the paper roll and let stand for 30 minutes for the glue to set. Make 1 or make a fleet.
zoom zoom zoom
we're going to the moon (repeat lines 1 and 2)
if you want to take a trip
climb aboard my rocket ship
zoom zoom zoom
we're going to the moon 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1-BLASTOFF!
Mitzvah -this letter came from Morah Meg who shared it with us
Hello friends. I'm a local OBGYN who works at
Stony Brook Hospital and as part of a wellness initiative I have the following message...
In an effort to provide emotional support to the healthcare workers on the frontline of the COVID 19'pandemic, The Wellness Committee along with Team Lavender at Stony Brook University Hospital are asking teachers and parents to have their students and children make handmade cards/letters/video messages supporting and appreciating the healthcare workers who are working selflessly to care for those affected. Please be sure to let the students and parents know that these pictures or video messages will be shared.
The theme is "Not all superheroes wear capes"
The pictures of cards/messages or video messages from students can be sent to the below email account:
or mailed to
64 Cleveland Ave
Sayville NY 11782
Here is the link for Morah Jenn, our sign language teacher doing
5 little ducks.
Miss the recipe from Volume 3? Want to revisit the craft from Vol. 2?
Prior volumes of Stay at Home Play at Home are archived along with other great learning resourc
n the Bet Torah web page at
ll you nee
d to click on is the tab at the very top of the homepage called "Remote Learning" in order to access the Nursery School resources and more. Many thanks for Youth Director Loen Amer and our Assistant Director Amy Portnoy who update this information daily. Added today: some of Morah Janet's favorite movement dances with our classes.
Please note along with your daily stay at home volume, the remote learning link on Bet Torah's website plus liking and viewing the Bet Torah Nursery School Facebook page are 3 places to find developmentally appropriate content and curriculum especially curated for you and our students.
We have arranged for parenting coach and former Bet Torah Nursery School parenting facilitator (and recent Gala Honoree!) Adrian Kalikow to meet with our parents weekly to support you during these difficult times.
Join your friends and BTNS parents ...
hugs and kisses,
Who's helping feed the fishes? (Morah Kathy is caring for Swimmy)
Happy to make a special call to your child from 9:30 to 10 am on your cell or your home phone, email me at email@example.com and we'll connect.