Here is a list of resources for families during these challenging times:
Resources and ideas from PJ Library
An article on the importance of play
Khan Academy offers an app that provides learning activities in reading, language, writing, math, social-emotional development, problem-solving skills, and motor development
PBS has curated free videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more for teachers, but parents can take advantage of their content, too
Great animated videos for kids and adults on a variety of Jewish topics.
Shalom Sesame videos – like Sesame Street, but with Jewish content.
Torah Connections with Rabbi Grushcow via Zoom on Wednesdays at 12:30 PM, via Zoom meeting, no meeting on Wednesday, April 15
Wine at Nine pour a glass of wine and join Rabbi Grushcow and your Temple community for a chat on Monday nights at 9:00 pm via Zoom
Torah study with Rabbi Grushcow on Saturdays at 9:00 am for via Zoom meeting
Shabbat Services, see schedule and access here.
Joining a meeting
Music, Story Telling and More
Rabbi Greenspan reads one of her daughter’s favorite Passover stories when she was young.
Noa Haran offers us a playful song
Andrea Fieldman grew up at Temple Emanu-El Beth Sholom. She was interviewed by Alon Faitelis for the Museum of Jewish Montreal’s Oral History Project. Listen here.
Rona Nadler, and our former accompanist, Mark McDonald, offer this rendition of Hashkivenu, (music by Fred Ross-Perry).
Today’s Daily Inspiration comes from Noa Haran.
Rabbi Blessings for body and soul with Rabbi Grushcow
A Passover Story, read by Rabbi Ellen Greenspan.
A short video from Samuel Veissière: Mass solidarity during the Coronavirus event
Jake Smith recorded this song for Temple