It was very special to share Yom Kippur studies with your children. We learned about the meaning and practices of the holiday. Our wonderful assistant teacher, Alex, read a story entitled "TheYom Kippur Kitten" and I used props to tell the story "Naftoli's Apples". Naftoli was an elderly man who sought work so that he could survive. None of his neighbors would hire him due to his age. A much older man (Elijah perhaps?) offered Naftoli a job picking apples. Please ask your child to tell you this fabulous story.
In Hebrew we worked on chapter 3 of our textbook. The key word is Kallah, which means bride. The letters we learned are Kaf, Lamed and Hey. Please go over this chapter with your child. We practice writing Hebrew each week, and your children are printing beautifully!
Blessings to you at the start of the New Year!