Pulling it together

3rd grade

TopicTitleOver the phoneVia Zoom
End of YearEnd of the year Letter to Students

Ali Russ

Letter to students at years end, encouraging them to keep in touch over the summer.
This letter provides closure in a warm way. The teacher can mail it to her class or read it to them on the last conference.
Shemoneh EsreiShemoneh Esrei Play

Mrs. Tova Broide

This play is intended to be a fun, stimulating culmination of a year spent learning the halachos and practices of Shemoneh Esrei.
Songs of the play can be taught with each Bracha.For added fun, motions can also be done.
Review GameBingo Review

Lakewood Teachers Center Torah Umesorah

Review Chumash, Navi or even Parsha by playing Bingo.
The girls can have the sheets in advance and It can be a great review for a conference.
Review GameClass Review Games

Rabbi Tuvya Peromsik

An assortment of seven enjoyable review games which are adaptable for any subject.
Many of these games can be adapted for a conference over the phone. The game show can be played by having the class divided into two. Every girl on the team should have a number, corresponding to someone on the next team. When the teacher asks a question, she also calls out a number and the two girls with that number race each other to call out the answer first. The game show and true or false game can be played regularly via zoom.
IvrisIvrit Review Game

Rachel Roseman

Create your own review game for prepositions or vocabulary words with this self-check game for your students.
Students can be given construction paper, loose leaf paper and a sample in advance. The teacher should explain to the class how to create this self- check game. The instructions on creating this game can be shown to the class. For an added motivation, the teacher can choose a few girls a day to show theirs to the class.
RashiRashi Letter Bingo Review Game

Rabbi Berel Hirschman

Review Rashi script with some Bingo fun.
Students should have this board in advance. Alternatively, students should have an empty board and fill in the letters themselves for extra Kesiva practice. A great review for a conference call. To check if the students are crossing off the correct letter, the teacher can also show the students
IvrisWould You Rather-Hebrew Vocabulary Game

St. Louis Teachers Center Torah Umesorah

This exciting Hebrew vocabulary game is a fun, educational twist on the popular “Would You Rather” game. It’s a hilarious game, and as long as the sentences contain enough Hebrew words then the wackier, the better!
This game can be played over a conference by students having the cards in advance.
Yedios KlaliosWhose Suitcase?: A PowerPoint Game Reviewing the Main Personalities in Sefer Bereishis

Mrs. Shayna Royde

Review the main personalities from Sefer Bereishis with this PowerPoint game called, Whose Suitcase?”! Watch as items pertaining to a particular individual pop out of a suitcase and guess to whom the suitcase must belong based on the clues provided!
The teacher can ask a riddle a day, using the clues from the PowerPoint, and the students need to leave a message to their teacher with the answer!This PowerPoint can be shown to the class as an interesting Yedios Klaliyos lesson.
Review GamePopsicle Puzzle Practice Game

Chinuch.Org Staff

Review any information that is presented in sequential fashion, using popsicle sticks as the medium of practice.
The teacher should provide the students with colored popsicle sticks and a picture. Together with the class, the teacher should explain how to paste the picture. Then, the girls should fill in the appropriate information on the popsicle sticks. The rest of the game can be played alone.The teacher can show the steps of preparation and show a sample to increase clarity.
Review GameReach the Treasure Chazara Game

Chaim And Chaya Baila Wolf Teacher Center Torah Umesorah

This fun classroom game can be used to review any subject. Students answer review questions as they race to be the first team to reach the treasure.
For zoom only.The teacher can control the entire game by having the card, asking the questions and moving the pawns, while the students can watch and see which team will win! This game can be played for five minutes at the end of each day to spice up the lesson and serve as a great review on that day’s lesson.