2nd Grade (Bet) Class Update


During break, Bet 3 students posed for a photo along with some of their furry friends.


Bet 1 and 2 (2nd-grade)

The Bet students continue to make great progress!

Etta’s class

In Hebrew, the students are learning new blessings, conversational vocabulary, and moving forward in their textbooks. One of the new blessings is Etz Chaim Hi (It is the Tree of Life.) Since the holiday of Tu B’Shvat is coming, this prayer sparked an interesting discussion about trees, life, and Torah. Students continue to learn vocabulary that enables them to talk about themselves in Hebrew. In the textbook, we are studying Lesson 8.

To help your student make the most of our lessons, please make sure the student has materials easily accessible. Most of the time, students do have their textbooks. Other materials, such as lined paper and drawing paper, pencils, markers or crayons, should be readily available for the student to use. I understand that this is not always possible, as when students are traveling with the family, etc. I appreciate the effort parents make to have the students in class and ready to learn.

Michelle’s class

The students continue their study of Mitzvot. Recently, they studied the Mitzvah, Shalom Bait. They explored ways to help out in their household. Soon, they will also be learning about the holiday of Tu B’Shvat. The students are also enjoying the book, Shaking in the Shack.


Bet 3

In Hebrew, the students are learning new blessings, conversational vocabulary, and making progress in their textbooks. We are also studying about the TaNaCh (the Hebrew Bible) and the holiday of Tu B’Shvat.

One of our new blessings is Etz Chaim Hi. As the holiday of Tu B’Shvat approaches, this prayer sparked an interesting discussion about how important trees are in our lives. We have also been learning about the TaNaCh (the Hebrew Bible.) The first section of the TaNaCh is the Torah. Again, the students learned that the wooden spool holding the Torah scroll is called Etz Chaim (the Tree of Life.)

Students continue to learn vocabulary that enables them to talk about themselves in Hebrew. In the textbook, we are studying Lesson 9.

To help your student make the most of our lessons, please make sure the student has materials easily accessible. Most of the time, students do have their textbooks. Other materials, such as lined paper and drawing paper, pencils, markers or crayons, should be readily available for the student to use. I understand that this is not always possible, as when students are traveling with the family, etc. I appreciate the effort parents make to have the students in class and ready to learn.


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