Rabbi Rosenblum and The Matzah Factory came to IBECC. The Sunflowers enjoyed a morning full of fun and excitement. Learning how matzah is made and how quick it has to be made was a wonderful experience for all. The children started by shucking the wheat and placing the seeds in the hand grinder where Lauren from the Fours and Rabbi Rosenblum turned it into flour. From there, Ezra, another friend from the Fours, took the flour and poured it into a bowl. Caleb then poured water into the flour where Rabbi Rosenblum mixed it together to make a dough. Everyone then received a piece of the dough and used a rolling pin to flatten it out and make it into matzah. Rabbi Rosenblum then used a special instrument to put the little holes in the dough before placing it the special matzah oven. Matzah cannot cook for more than 18 minutes if it will be Kosher for Pesach. We hope everyone enjoys the matzah that came home in the backpack.
The children continue to find many different ways to act out “being slaves” in Mitzraim and building so many buildings.
Stay tuned for more Sunflower excitement
Morah Pam, Morah Aimee, and Morah Debra