Updated April 3 2020

Hebrew school is closed due to Coronavirus, but we got you covered with Virtual Hebrew School! The 4th class of this series will take place this Sunday, April 5 at 10:00AM

 

Click on the image below and you will be directed to the Virtual Hebrew School page

 

Don't forget about our very own Pesach contest. Click here to download the PDF. Special prizes will be given out to those that bring it in after Passover. 

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 Click here for all the print out sheets needed for this weeks lessons

Week 4 supplies 

Ckids International Model Seder Supply List:

  • Grape juice- Enough for 4 cups
  • Plastic cup
  • 3 Matzot
  • Washing cup
  • 2 pieces of Romaine Lettuce
  • 1 Vegetable (either 1 piece of an onion, cooked potato, celery, or parsley)
  • 1 Egg (optional)
  • Saltwater (mix 1 tsp of salt with 4 oz. water)
  • Pen or pencil for scoreboard
  • 1 piece of paper
  • Scotch tape

 

 


 See below supplies from week 3 of virtual hebrew school


See below sample images of this weeks crafts

Click here for Origami Freedom Finger trap image

Click here for Seder Plate Napkin Decoupage image

Click here for Seder Table Pop Up Card  

 

Click below for the PDF documents for this week's class. If possible, try to download and print out before the class.

 Click here for Labels for Napkin Decoupage PDF

Click here for Pesach Seder Table Add Ons PDF

Click here for Seder Plate Labels PDF

Click here for Seder Table Pop Up Card PDF - (Print on Cardstock) 

 


 

 

 

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THE DAVID HOFFMAN CHABAD HEBREW SCHOOL

We're very impressed with our curriculum...

Now it's your turn!

 

 

 

ABOUT DAVID HOFFMAN CHABAD HEBREW SCHOOL...

Hebrew School is an incredible opportunity. We have the chance to inspire future adults with a sense of Jewish pride and awareness.

At the David Hoffman Chabad Hebrew School our goal is simple: We want our students to view Judaism in an intelligent, relevant and upbeat light. We hope to engage their senses of identity by capturing their imaginations and attention. So, we put a lot of effort into providing our students with substantive lessons and a positive atmosphere.

Were forging new paths to a kid-friendly Jewish education, by devising an original curriculum which projects a clear vision of the students' entire Hebrew School experience. Each step follows a logical progression, creating an interconnected and upwardly spiraling education. Basic topics such as Shabbat, Holidays and Kosher are 'packaged' differently each time they are revisited, so that those units don't seem repetitious.

The lessons are multi-sensory and hands-on. The students truly experience what they are being taught. For example, if we discuss G‑d's creation of flowers, we use a real flower - not a description, a photograph, or even a silk replica of a flower. The classroom representation is as realistic as possible. The lessons are structured with discussion-starters, to create a lively, interactive classroom experience. The information truly becomes the students own.

Our Hebrew School uses original Hebrew-reading methodology (in addition to some of the wonderful reading aids already available) to ensure that your child will read fluently at the end of his/her Hebrew School experience.

Last but not least: There's really something special about the teachers. They are trained in Judaic teaching programs in the USA and Israel and actually live the material they are teaching - and there's nothing like teaching by example.

 

Looking forward to hearing from you,
Mrs. Sarah Herson,
Director

I can always be contacted at 973 625-1525 Ext. 101.