Student Enrichment Opportunities
Sweet Dreams With Books – Grades K- 2, join Mrs. Kozlovsky and Kippur the Kangaroo for bedtime storytime. Siblings, stuffed animals, and PJs are welcome. Mrs. Kozlovsky will bring the books. Each Wednesday at 7 p.m. The information for accessing virtual library time can be found in Mrs. Kozlovsky’s Google Classroom.
Stuffy Storytime – Grades 1-4, create a reading community by choosing a book from home and reading to your favorite stuffy or pet. Come prepared to show the cover and read the title and author of the book you choose. Once a month at 6:30 p.m., beginning Monday, May 4.
BookMakers Club Beginning Soon!
Are you looking for an extracurricular activity for your LS student? We have just created a weekly BookMakers Club for each grade level.
- Kindergarten: Monday 12:30 – 1:15
- 1st Grade: Tuesday 11:00 – 11:45
- 2nd Grade: Friday 1:00 – 1:45
- 3rd Grade: Tuesday 2:00 – 2:45
- 4th Grade: Friday 9:45 -10:30
BookMakers is a combination book club/makerspace club during which students will read a book, discuss the middot (moral lessons and themes), and then be tasked with making something related to the theme in the week that follows. The students will get to share their creations with the group each week. Hope you can join us for this fun filled learning experience beginning the week of May 11. Please check the library google classroom for the Zoom links.
Schechter is still on the Move: Join Liz Minkin-Friedman, Girls on the Move instructor, for an optional free 5-week running/movement program. There will be two sections, one for Middle School and one for Lower School. Middle School will meet 5:30-6:30 on Mondays and Lower School will meet 5:30-6:30 on Tuesdays starting the week of May 11th. Running buddies will be required for lower school students and optional for middle schoolers. Who wants to get moving?
Register here! (Zoom links will be provided upon registration)
LS Math Enrichment opportunity underway!
Are you looking for fun ideas to keep your students constructively occupied? Don’t forget about the fun and engaging Lower School Optional Math Challenges! Last Monday, the latest math challenges were posted to your child’s Math Google Classroom. In case you missed the notification, the assignments are linked below. (Grade 2 students may choose to complete either challenge.)
Let’s get building!
• Grades K-2: Lego Drop Test
• Grades 2-4: 3-D Multiplication Chart