Monthly Archives: September 2011

“I Believe I Can Fly”

I took the song, “I Believe I Can Fly,” by R. Kelly, to one of my schools yesterday. I am so glad I did! On the dry erase board I wrote a short bio about R. Kelly and the song … Continue reading

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The Smile

It is so difficult to go into a preschool and not see a baby smile (at all). It breaks my heart, especially knowing the story behind it. I have watched this beautiful child for a year now and have only … Continue reading

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I Believe I Can Fly

I am so looking forward to my time with my tweens and teens tomorrow for music! We are going to take a break from instrument families. The students have been asking me to bring in the song, “I Believe I … Continue reading

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Shabbat and Apples and Honey

What a wonderful Tot Shabbat last night at Temple Beth Torah in Tamarac! We had about 40 people there from infants to grandparents. Many arrived around 6PM and went to the pre-oneg for beverages and food schmoozing with each other, … Continue reading

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I Won’t Let Go

Things like what happened yesterday reminds me why I am so lucky to be teacher and pass on knowledge to children and then in turn, they pass on their knowledge and ideas to me. I think very highly of the … Continue reading

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A Very Special Shabbat Morning

Yesterday was a wonderful Shabbat. I went to a synagogue that gives me the opportunity to teach their students for their B’nai Mitzvah ceremonies. I have been teaching this one young man I believe for over a year. He is … Continue reading

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Didgeradoos

A wonderful, fulfilling, productive, and exhausting week! What stands out to me is introducing an instrument called, didgeradoo, to my students in one of my schools. I learned myself that most people put it in the percussion family, whereas I … Continue reading

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A Wonderful First Full Week of Work!

Well, I survived the first full week of work with my six schools. It was fun, fulfilling, enlightening, rewarding, and exhausting. I taught and did music with all ages from infants through High School. WOW! Used all sorts of mediums … Continue reading

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