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This two page guide works with author Sarah Gershman’s description the use of psychology to gain insight within Parshat Ki Tisa. Besides the basic components of the plan with questions and summaries, there are also learning ideas like a text study or other show-and-tell opportunities.
Are you looking for ways to integrate the arts into your classroom but don’t know where to even begin? In this video, BimBam’s very own Educator-in-Residence Emma Jaszczak, teaches you five easy steps for effectively bringing the arts in your classroom.
Interested in taking the next step? Sign up for our Teaching Animation course, a free and self-paced online course, that teaches you stop motion animation. Sign up today!
Are you a Jewish educator or parent looking for fun ways to engage kids in the weekly Torah portion? Our video brings Chayei Sarah to life in a DIY craft project all about the parsha’s key character: the camel. Learn alongside Beer Sheva-based educator, Emily Shapiro Katz as she guides you step-by-step while integrating Torah study, Hebrew language and Israel education. This simple craft project is easy enough that you could lead it at home or at school, with young kids or older kids.
Supplies you’ll need:
– paint or markers
– construction and printer paper
– camel print-out (like this one)
– glue stick
– gems, pom poms and stickers
To find more about Emily’s work, check out her blog, Yetzira.
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