For Our Children
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Hands on, experiential learning makes Jewish education fun and meaningful for our youngsters from Kindergarten thru B’nai Mitzvah. Working with Rabbi Mintz, Cantor Marla Goldberg, and our caring teachers makes preparing to become a Bar or Bat Mitzvah exciting and fulfilling. Hands-on experiential Judaism and Hebrew for youngsters
30 classes—$425 plus $50 for text and supplies (member pricing)
Classes resume August 17. During the current pandemic, we will initially use Zoom, and hopefully return to our in-person sessions as soon as it is deemed safe.
Gan and 1st Graders: (ages 5 and above)
Matchilim: 2nd-3rd Graders
Chalutzim: 4th to 6th Graders
Solelim: 5th through 7th Graders—our pre Bar/Bar Mitzvah preparation
Registration is now open for the 2020 – 2021 year for Jewlicious Learning. Sign up by calling (702) 436-4900 or email email@example.com
Jewlicious Learners in Action
“Hershel and the Hannukah Goblins”
Congregation P’nai Tikvah added to its Hanukkah joy by seeing Shabbat off with havdalah and dinner, followed by an outstanding Readers’ Theatre presentation of “Hershel and the Hannukah Goblins” by our “Jewlicious Learners.” The play was adapted by Mason DeLee, a pre-Bar Mitzvah student, who also played the part of one of the narrators. His brother, Meyer, played the one. The part of Hershel of Ostropol was played by David Piekarsky. The goblins were interpreted by Daniel Piekarsky, Matias Tarquino (who also played the part of the village rabbi), Maple DeLee, and Aaron Brown. Sophia Brown was the village woman who brought us into the story.
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JEWLICIOUS LEARNERS PLAY HEBREW MATCH GAME
JEWLICIOUS LEARNERS “PIZZA IN THE HUT” SUKKOT 5782
Learning and Observance
L’Dor V’Dor – Shema Video
In Shlomo Riskin’s article in the New York Jewish Week, August 1, 2018, “Teach Your Children Well”, he quotes Deuteronomy 11:19 “You shall teach them with your children, to speak with them, when you sit in your home, when you walk on the way, when you lie down, and when you arise.” This is where, as he says, “the necessity of conveying the faith foundation to the next generation.” Inspiring a passion for the Jewish faith and traditions as a parent is a hefty burden, yet generations of Jewish continuity lay testament to results of this parental task. L’Dor V’Dor, from generation to generation, we teach our children lovingly and as Riskin says, “to personally claim ownership of the Torah.”
The Shema is usually the first prayer we teach our children. Our congregation is blessed with and encourages exposure and influence to Torah and this small video shows how a small pre-Jewlicious Learner has sunk her teeth into learning the Shema.