We had another active day learning about the holiday of Sukkot. We learned the basics of what is required when building a sukkah-specifically that the roof is made of branches and that we need to be able to see the stars through the roof. We also learned that it's important to invite guests into the sukkah and that sukkot is a time when we feel grateful for all the food we have to eat and drink. We also learned about the Torah-that it's the most important book in Judaism, it's written in Hebrew and contains the stories of our people and the various rules and instructions about how Judaism tells us to live. We looked at photos online of all different kinds of Torah scrolls and made Torah scrolls from pretzels and fruit roll ups. The highlight of the day was visiting the SSJS sukkah, singing songs with Rachel and, of course, eating snack. We actually had so much snack here at school that we never got to the snacks you brought it. Sorry about that but better safe than sorry! Attached below are some photos from the day. Enjoy!