Shalom and welcome! !שָׁלוֹם וּבְּרוּכִים הַבָּאִים
In our lesson this week we have been learning our first story in Ivrit called 'Mitzi'.The children understood the story and were able to answer questions in Ivrit. They named the characters and were able to say what each of them were eating.
InNursery this week wehavebeen creating sentences using two different verbs in theirmasculine and feminine forms. Ochel/Ochelet that means “eat” and Omer/Omeret which means “say”.
The children enjoyed creating the sentences using photos of themselves and different characters.
In Reception we learnt about parts of the body by singing the 'Hokey Cokey' song in ivrit.
In Ivrit this term we have been working hard to finish learning our Aleph-Bet Hebrew letters.The children have been practising how to combine the letters with different vowels and writing simple words. Look at these lovely examples of their work!
In the last couple of weeks, Year 2 pupils have been practicing their writing and how to construct sentences correctly. We have been using different verbs and different forms of verbs in our sentences (masculine, feminine, singular and plural). The pupils worked very hard, showed great team work and assisted one another. Here are some example of their fantastic work:
Our current topic in Ivrit is "Birthdays". We have made birthday invitations using some of the vocabulary that we have learnt. Have a look at our great work:
Year 4 pupils made menus in Ivrit.
They pretended that they were in a restaurant in Israel and practised with a partner how to order food and drinks in Ivrit.
Year 4 pupils are learning about food and flavours in Ivrit.
As part of our learning we had food tasting.
The children tasted food with their eyes covered, they had to guess the correct flavour and say (in Ivrit) if they like it or not.
Food tasting 1.MP4
Food tasting 2.MP4
Year 5's final project- the pupils wrote a text about themselves using all the vocabulary that they have learnt this year.
Our current topic in Ivrit is “When was I born”. Year 5 pupils made family trees and wrote the Hebrew birth dates of their family members.
Here are some examples of their great work.
Inthe lasttwo weeks Year6 pupils havebeen working onawriting project.
They havebeen writing aparagraphabout themselves and theirdaily routine. Herearesome examples of theirfantastic work.