Monthly Archives: February 2012

Drift wood

So far, an interesting week… Yucky bronchitis decided to pay a visit not only to me, but to my husband as well. Yesterday, by the time it was time to go to my second school, I barely had no voice, … Continue reading

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It’s Been Too Long…

Between being sick and working too much, I haven’t had time to blog. Even with everything, it has been a crazy and fun couple of weeks with getting reading for Purim. We’ve been singing and dancing, grogging with the groggers. … Continue reading

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Waving Hands

What an unbelieveable Tot Shabbat at Temple Beth Orr this morning. After singing Shabbat songs and reciting the necessary blessings, we sang “For Trees,” by the Allards. It gave me chills! 125 sets of hands waving during the chorus and … Continue reading

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The Flying Letters

A great day at Temple Beth Torah! Took a day off from holidays and concentrated on Hebrew with the preschoolers. I read a beautiful book called “The Flying Letters,” by Sashi Fridman. The es, 4s, and 5s loved it! I … Continue reading

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Multiple Uses for Veggies

I guess I was really tired when writing my previous post! When I went to South Florida Jewish Academy this afternoon, my voice had about had it since Ron and I have colds, so I thought I would do something … Continue reading

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Sing, Dance, Be Silly, Have Fun, While Learning

A great week of teaching so far! Doing a lot of learning about trees and the environment through music, movement, stories, and of course, eating! LOL The Allards’ song, “For Trees” have been so much fun for the kids from … Continue reading

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