6 Teves, 5774 / Monday, December 9, 2013
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The Yoni pictures are available by the Torah Umesorah Center in Brooklyn.
We use Mrs. Grama's books and the kids really enjoy.
The contact number on the books is 732-886-6516.
When teaching about Lag Baomer, I tell the story of R' Akiva working for Kalba Savua, marrying Rachel, learning the Aleph Beis with the kindergarten kids, then going to learn for 24 years...
The next day, I preplan that one of the older Rebbeim or male principal comes into the class. Before he enters, I tell the class there's going to be a new student today. The principal enters and sits down with a name tag "Akiva" and starts acting out Akiva! Sitting in a desk that is too small for him, trying the learn the Aleph Beis...
This is an excellent way to bring the story of R' Akiva to life and is a memory that will remain with the students for many years to come.
I've never heard of a specific song reviewing Shorashim, but what I do with my 3rd grade class is I choose 8 of the most popular shorashim for each Perek and throughout the Perek we keep reviewing those Shorashim. By the end of the year they now 64 shorashim - their meanings and identifying them in words perfectly due to constant practice and isolating 8 per Perek.
One of the ways of learning these 8 is that I take any song that I know and sing the 8 shorashim to that tune. Each song contains the 8 shorashim. First singing the shoresh, then its meaning and then its spelling, then the next shoresh, it's meaning... And that becomes the Perek's Shoresh song.
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