Volume 41 | May 6, 2020
THE BETH AM ECC VIRTUAL PLAYROOM
Today's News from Denise and Tammy

Dear Parents,

We hope you enjoyed music class with Morah Ronit today and look forward to Radical Reptiles with Coach Ben tomorrow at 11:30. If you have participated in any of our specialty classes, we would welcome your feedback.

Over the next couple of days you will be receiving an emailed survey from us. It will contain information regarding re-opening guidelines and will collect information that we need from you. We ask that you return your answers to us promptly so that we can proceed with planning for our returning students.

In support of more vulnerable members of our community, we invite you to participate in making pictures and writing messages to residents of a local retirement home. Many of our classes have learned about doing a mitzvah and this is a wonderful opportunity for the children to put their knowledge into practice. Simply have your child draw a picture/write a message, take a photo of it (with or without your child) and email the photo to us. Morah Kerryn will compile and send the photos to the residents.

Please keep safe and healthy and we look forward to being all together again soon!

Warm Regards,
Denise and Tammy
Nursery Notes
Morah BeLinda's "same or different" activity
Morah Diana reads "Green Energy"
Parpar Points
Mother's Day art with Morah Lexi
Morah Claudia makes a Mother's Day gift
Tzipor Teasers
Morah Diana teaches us a shape song
Morah Sudha reads "There Were Ten In The Bed"
Sing and make a twinkle wand with Morah Margo
Gamal Goals
Morah Kerryn makes a puffy paint project
Make a Mother's Day gift with Morah Anne
Arieh/Gesher Activities

Arieh/Gesher Calendar Circle Time for 5/7 Calendar will be led by a different teacher each week)
Arieh/Gesher Tefillah Circle Time to be used daily (Tefillah will be led by a different teacher each week)
Red and Yellow make a Mother's Day card & song
Blue Arieh/Gesher number 4 lesson
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
A Coding App/Website for Children


With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) can program their own interactive stories and games. In the process, they learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively on the computer.
Please continue emailing us your children's photos and comments to share on our social media accounts for the children to see their friends!
IG: @bethamearlychildhoodcenter
Please note that all of these emails are available on our website for you to refer to as needed: The Beth Am ECC Virtual Playroom Newsletters