Hope all of you had a meaningful Rosh Hashanah. Now we are focusing on the next few weeks with the other Yom Tovim around the corner. We talked about Yom Kippur and what the reason is for this important day. We say sorry to Hashem for all the mistakes that we have made. The yeladim learned that many people will be in shule all day davening as well as not eating or drinking. We cannot wear leather shoes on our feet either.
We focused on two important aspects of Yom Kippur. Not only is it important to say you are sorry to your friends, but it is just as important to forgive as well. Accept the apology. Say “It’s ok.”
We talked to the yeladim about friendship and what are nice things to do with our friends. We loved standing in a circle holding hands and singing our “Let’s Be Friend’s” song. We hope you enjoy the book that we made on friendship. The book is just a small glimpse of what goes on during the day in our kitah. The Morot love observing all the yeladim playing with each other and their willingness to play with different friends during the day!
After Yom Kippur, the next Yom Tov is the Chag of Succot. We build a Succah outside the house. The Succah is like a hut that we are supposed to eat in for seven days. On top of the Succah is S’chach. S’chach can be any different types of branches and therefore every succah will look different. During circle time the yeladim learned that Succot can be made of different materials. Cloth and wood are examples of what the Succot can be made of. As […]