In the Sunflowers today we continued to talk about the upcoming holiday of Yom Kippur. The children remembered how important it is to be kind to our friends and how we ask for forgiveness if we accidentally hurt our friends. The children enjoyed making their YOM KIPPUR SOCKS (shoes) that they can wear to shul instead of their Shabbat shoes. The children also enjoyed when their friends from the Gan Tziporim (4 year old class) shared their water bottles, shovels, and bubbles with us when we were outside on the playground. We used our good manners and said “Thank You.”
Below the children enjoyed trying on their Yom Kippur socks.
The children can not wait to come back to school on Thursday and start to build our very own sukkah for our classroom. It is going to be so much fun. Putting the walls up, the roof (Sachach), and the decorations is going to be a lot of hard work. We know that the children will be up for the task. Stay tuned to see how it turns out.
Wishing everyone a very easy and meaningful fast.
Morah Pam and Morah Aimee