Look at Me: I Can Learn and Do in the Synagogue
Look at Me: I Can Learn and Do in the Synagogue introduces the key vocabulary of the synagogue, including sanctuary, Torah, rabbi, ark siddur, prayers, commandment, Hebrew, and Sh'ma. The vocabulary and concepts are reinforced through activities that simultaneously develop key developmental skills. For example, students count the number of people in a prayer service and identify the smallest and the biggest Torah scroll.
ABOUT THE SERIES:
The Look at Me series of magazines introduces core Jewish concepts and values and teach essential pre-K developmental skills. Each 16-page, full-color magazine provides engaging, age-appropriate activities and illustrations that reinforce young children's counting skills, visual discrimination, and fine motor coordination. All the while students build their Jewish identities, knowledge, and values. The magazines can be enjoyed in school and sent home to share with families.
Includes a full page of colorful activity stickers that are sure to delight students and reinforce their pride in their Jewish identities.
Download and send home a letter to parents to enrich the activities in the Look at Me booklets and to promote parents' own Jewish learning.