What better way to learn about Chanukah than through an interactive board game, complete with a spinner, cards and game pieces? Download the 4 separate components below for everything you need to play this game in your own classroom. Modifications are included for different types of learners, of course!
We are thrilled to announce the first ever Matan Institute for Education Directors, to be held in Manhattan on March 11-12, 2012 and 2 more days (TBD) in March, 2013. These days – and the months that follow – will be filled with opportunities to make your school even more inclusive, in a manner that works for your individual community.
The Jewish Museum presents the Winter/Spring Family Access Programs. Access programs are designed to engage individuals who have special needs with objects representing 4,000 years of art and Jewish culture. Programs are facilitated by museum educators specially trained to work with visitors who have developmental, learning and physical disabilities. Programs will take place on December 11, February 5 and April 29.
For additional information, and to register, please download this flyer from the Jewish Museum.
As Hanukkah quickly approaches, immerse your students/children in their Jewish culture and traditions through various educational & interactive iPad apps! Below is a list of some engaging Hanukkah apps that we recommend you try.
Come and spin the Dreidel and chance your luck to win the pot of shekels! This is no ordinary dreidel-it talks, it spins with the slight touch of a finger and it keeps electronic score. Anyone can spin & anyone can win-you are the master of your own fate!
A Hanukkah edition of popular children’s app 123 color, which has been featured in the New York Times, in iPhone Life Magazine, and on Apple’s New & Noteworthy, What’s Hot and Staff Favorites app lists.
Hanukkah’s coming! It’s time to celebrate with Zazzy Katz, the holiday party cat. Hanukkah Zazz is a funny and interactive picture book for kids. Help Zazzy celebrate the Festival of Lights by lighting the menorah, eating Gelt and giving presents!
Jewish and Me Matching a fast-pace matching game develops children’s cognitive skills and their Jewish identity at the same time. Fun for all ages as you match holiday symbols.
An interactive, animated, read-along Hanukkah book with games. Have your kids or students listen too, read-along with, or even record a brand new Hanukkah story.
WHEN: Thursday December 22, 2011, 4:30-5:30 PM
WHERE: Rockland Jewish Family Services Jewish Community Campus 450 W. Nyack Road W. Nyack, NY 10944
COST: $5.00 per child
R.S.V.P: By December 8. 2011, to Roberta Leitner 845-354-2121 x151