We wondered what type of butterfly our new caterpillar will transform into. Or will it be a moth? Do all caterpillars transform?
We spent this week learning about an exciting insect: The Firefly
Morah Katie: What makes fireflies so interesting?
Efraim: Fireflies come out with stars.
Morah Katie: They do. They are a nocturnal insect, they are active at night.
Judah: They have lanterns that light up.
Morah Katie: Where is the lantern?
Gracie: If frogs eat too many fireflies their bellies begin to GLOW!
Morah Katie: Where do fireflies live?
Efraim: Not Washington.
Zim: They live by water.
and played "find the firefly".
Fireflies lit up our playground.
They are very excited as we add each new special element to the box.
Tzedakah is a mitzvah we can do each day. When we do this kind mitzvah we ...
Zim: Help people get food and clothes.
When our classroom tzedakah can is full, we transfer it to a plastic bag so the children can see how much money they collected.
It is always an exciting morning when we give Rabbi Greenburg the bag of coins.
The morah's have be making sure that each child has had some coins to share at morning group, please encourage your child to bring some coins from home to share as well.