Sof Children’s Zoom Class

By Sandra Z. Armstrong

Sandra Z. Armstrong, wearing a blue menorah hatChildren’s Zoom Class with Miss Sandy every Monday from 4:30pm to 5:05 PM

The children’s class is up and running on Zoom. Here is what I sent out to parents and grandparents:

Announcing the Class

It has been a few months now and I would like to start up our regular children’s class. I miss the children a lot and I thought it would be a nice time to connect a few weeks before Hanukkah. It will be a 35 minute Zoom every Monday from 4:30pm to 5:05pm beginning this Monday, November 16. I will have a surprise bag, like always, and Jewish content to explore in an exciting way (as I do in the regular Saturday morning classes).

A Follow up on the First Class

Super excited about this class. Last week we talked about Hanukkah, sang the dreidel song together, guessed the surprise bag and I showed them a plate of latkes. I also wore my Hanukkah candle hat (that some copied onto their Zoom backdrop for more fun). We listened to each other and talked about their current school experiences. All the children were terrific on the screen and we had a great time. If you would like to join these classes, please call Sandra. We love zooming away into renewed Jewish worlds to explore for our children.

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