Birthday celebrations in Kitah Aleph
[su_slider source=”media: 10935,10936,10934,10933,10932,10931,10930,10929,10928,10927,10926,10925,10924″ limit=”92″ width=”480″ height=”480″ title=”no” pages=”no” class=”float_right”]As many of you have learned now, birthday celebrations in Kitah Aleph are a chance for celebrating what we have learned as a group and what each child has accomplished individually. Each student brings home a book to read with someone at home. Some students choose Hebrew books, others choose English ones. I do give them a choice. They share what they learned from the book with the class and then the students enjoy a special treat (cake or potato chips) while they listen to the story.
This year for the first time, some families asked if they could join in our class time celebration. I have not encouraged this in the past because some parents can come and others can’t. But I can see that it really does add to our joy to have visitors, so I am going to send this open invitation to the families of the students who have yet to have a birthday celebration in class to join us if possible. If it goes well then next year I will offer this opportunity from the beginning of the year. Let me know what you think about the idea. Here are some happy pictures of the kids who have celebrated so far this year.