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Students in Early Childhood and Parparim (grades K-1) have followed along with Miss Chrissy through interactive videos. Students echo sing after Miss Chrissy demonstrates; they follow her movement, keep the beat, and listen to SongTales the same way they do in the music classroom! Early Childhood teachers also incorporate singing, music, and movement into their daily activities videos and Zoom calls with the students.
Rimonim students (grades 2-3) have continued learning about Camille Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals. From home, they have listened to the last few movements, including Fossils, Swan, and the big finish! They will soon learn how to create their own music that sounds like an animal of their choice!
Gesher students (grades 4-5) have found amazing ways to connect with their classmates by sharing personal playlists of favorite songs. Through the Personal Playlist Projects, they comment thoughtfully on one another’s playlists and share impactful musical experiences, even while inhabiting different spaces.
Voice lessons continue with gusto! Virtual lessons have been a great way for voice students to continue making progress. Music is a way for us to all stay connected in this time of disconnect, and Schechter students are continuing to make music together!
Live classes to facilitate in-depth discussions.... Zoom morning meetings for Early Childhood provide a chance to discuss favorite books, share special lovies, and delve into Passover lessons.... Michelle and Mandy provide inspiration for imaginative play.... Coach Schulz has fun with fitness.... Reading partners practice together and have small group conferences with their teachers.... Jason Kay keeps us connected and uplifted with RELISH Shabbat each Friday.... and so much MORE! That's the Schechter difference!
Looking for some fun new recipes? Michal Fein, a Schechter parent and also a member of our Early Childhood team (Dubonim) shares her passion for cooking with the Schechter community. Take a look HERE for Michal's video tutorial to make a Flourless Quiche.
Have you got a sweet tooth? Don't worry, Michal has you covered! Click HERE to learn how she makes her delicious Passover Brownies!