While on vacation in Belize, Ilan Vitemberg, Director of Jewish LearningWorks' Israel Education Initiative, along with his partner, Peter and their cast of hand-made puppets performed their rollicking Hebrew/English adaptation of a classic Israeli story for school children in a Mayan village.
Dira Le’haskir (Apartment for Rent) brings to life the most beloved Israeli children story of all time. An allegory to be sure, the story, by Leah Goldberg, focuses on many species of animals who, despite their differences, find a way to live together in harmony. Laden with donations of school supplies from the staff at Jewish LearningWorks Ilan and Peter were received with open arms and ear to ear grins.
This beloved story is part of Jewish LearningWorks' Classic Israeli Bookshelf and is performed all across the Bay Area, in day schools, synagogue schools and at the Jewish Community Library.
It’s a new Approach to Jewish Learning for Families with kids in K-1!
Shalom Explorers gets your kids out and about while making new friends and learning Jewish values and traditions. If your family is looking for a new way to “do Jewish”, we encourage you to check it out. Marin Shalom Explorers welcomes all Jewish and interfaith families in Marin County regardless of background or membership in any organization. Modeled after Scouting, Shalom Explorers is designed to be led by parents. We give you the tools and support you need to guide your group through explorations of stories and values that speak to our daily lives and reinforce important ethics.
Expect hands-on indoor and outdoor activities which explore friendship, collaboration, open-mindedness, protecting the environment, community, and helping others through art, drama, nature, team-building and At-Home Challenges.
Sign up now to be part of this FREE pilot session!
*Groups for k-2 coming in the Fall
For more information please contact Aliya Fastman email@example.com 510 292 9562
This program is provided by Jewish LearningWorks, the Osher Marin JCC, Congregation Kol Shofar and Congregation Rodef Sholom and funded in part by the Covenant Foundation and the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties.