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Thursday, April 18, 2019

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Lubavitch on the Palisades Holds Model Seders

In preparation for Pesach, preschool students at Lubavitch on the Palisades participated in model Seders. Children learned about the Pesach traditions and practiced the rituals of the Seder. Each Seder was infused with joy through song.

Gan Yaldenu Tots of Bergenfield Celebrates Pesach

The children at Gan Yaldenu Tots are busy getting ready for Pesach. They baked matzah, built pyramids and danced to Pesach songs. The children have been busy making projects to use at the Seder and all Pesach long.

BPY Early Childhood Students Bake Matzah

Rabbi Grossbaum and the Matzah Factory came to visit BPY early childhood classes. Students had the opportunity to grind wheat kernels into flour and pour the flour and water into a bowl. Each student then “mushed and squished” their own piece of dough. Then they rolled it nice and thin before putting the holes

Noam Students Prep for Pesach

Yavneh Kindergarten Students Are Excited for Pesach

Yavneh Academy’s kindergarten students have been so busy preparing for Pesach over the last couple of weeks.They have been working on their individual Haggadot, decorating their Seder plates, matzah covers and participating in model Sedarim. They also have been learning all about the customs, songs and halachot for this

Kol Chaverim Preschool Makes Charoset

Kol Chaverim Preschool is busy preparing for Pesach by making charoset. Morah Wendy Nachum came to cook with the children in honor of Rosh Chodesh Nissan! The yeladim mixed grape juice, apples and cinnamon together. They loved eating it with matzah! They cannot wait to eat charoset again at the Seder! The infants

Moriah Gets a Visit from the Matzah Factory

Moriah early childhood recently had a great time at the Matzah Factory! After helping tell the story of Yetziat Mitzrayim, the children mixed, rolled and poked the flour and water mixture to make their very own matzot. They raced against the clock in order to have it all done very quickly. It came out crunchy and flat,

Naaleh Hosts Guest Speaker for Pesach Inspiration

Naaleh was privileged to hear inspiring thoughts on the Pesach Seder from Rabbi Zev Reichman of Yeshiva University and East Hill Synagogue. Rabbi Reichman challenged the girls to consider the Seder experience to be an exercise of faith, noting many aspects of the Seder’s sequence that are puzzling and seemingly out of place.

TCA Gets Ready for Pesach With Model Seder

The students at TCA put all their Pesach learning and preparation into practice this week as they got together for a Model Seder. The Judaic Studies morot in grades one through four led an informative, interactive and fun Seder for all their students. There were Minute-to-Win-It style contests, raffles, songs,

Leah Sokoloff Nursery School Is Almost Set for Pesach

The children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School of Shomrei Torah in Fair Lawn are putting the finishing touches on their seder plates, afikomen bags and Haggadot to use at their Pesach Seders. They tasted different bread product including pretzels, cereal, bagels and croutons and dipped all kinds of foods into

Yeshivat Noam Fourth Grade Scientists Learn Science of the Seder

If we put the egg in saltwater at the Seder table, the egg will float! Why? Because of the salt water’s density! Students learned about density by creating six salt water solutions, each with different densities and colors. With much practice and the right technique our students were able to make a rainbow