pulling it together

4th grade

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

End of the year Letter to Students

Ali Russ
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.
NaviSummary! Yiddish

Rivky Bryski

Summarize each perek of Sefer Yehoshua through your students’ drawings!
Chumash/NaviChumash or Navi Scrapbook

Mrs. Marcia Zlochower

Making a scrapbook is a great idea for review when completing a Parsha in Chumash or a Sefer in Navi. It can be used as a review for a final or in place of one.

Making a scrapbook is a great idea for review when completing a Parsha in Chumash or a Sefer in Navi. It can be used as a review for a final or in place of one.
The class should do a page a day at the end of the conference for a great spice and a great review. Supplies should be handed out in advance.The class should do a page a day at the end of the conference for a great spice and a great review. Supplies should be handed out in advance. Every day one girl should be chosen to show the class her scrapbook!
ChumashChumash Review Sheets: End of Chayei-Sara through Vayechi

Mrs. Rivky Greenberger

These visually appealing Chumash Chazara sheets feature a plethora of pictures and a variety of activities. They are divided into sections for the purpose of differentiated instruction.
The sheets should be filled out in partners over the phone or alone as homework. The class should then review it together.
NaviSearch- the Navi: Scavenger Hunt

Mrs. Sara Brown

This item features two sample scavenger hunts in which students participate by reading the clues and finding the answers within the Navi.
The sheets can be handed out in advance and the teacher can explain the rules and the class can play together on the conference. The girls should write down their answers on a sheet of paper and send it to their teacher.Variation: This hunt can be done using zoom by having students race to answers individually or as groups. This will give more students a chance to be the winner.
NaviNavi Chazarah: Baseball

Mrs. Chaviva Pfeiffer

Instructions for a game to play with the students reviewing the material before a test.
For Zoom only.
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.
Review GameCorkboard Chazara Game

Chaim And Chaya Baila Wolf Teacher Center Torah Umesorah

Wind your way across the board by answering multi-level review questions. Be the first team to reach the corner and win!
The game boards should be given out in advance. The teacher should ask a question and give time for the students to come up with an answer. Then she should call on one girl to say the answer, and to spin a die. Whoever also thought of the correct answer, can also move along their game board.This game can be played via zoom, with the teacher dividing the class into two teams. She should show a large poster of the game board and having the cards. Additionally, each student can have her own game board and when their team moves along the board, they can also move along. Alternatively, this game can be played with only the students having a board. The teacher should ask a question and give time for the students to come up with an answer. Then she should call on one girl to say the answer, and to spin the die. Whoever also thought of the correct answer, can also move along their game board.
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.
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.
ChumashBirchas Yaakov Unit-Puzzle Game

Chaim And Chaya Baila Wolf Teacher Center Torah Umesorah

Help students review each shevet’s beracha from Birchas Yaakov (Parshas Vayechi), including the pesukim and meaning, by playing this puzzle game. This is a fun, educational method of review where the students have to recognize parts of the beracha and match it to the shevet.
For zoom only.This game can be played as per instructions, however, instead of the girls coming up to with their piece, they should just show it to the class.
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.
NaviSefer Yehoshua Review: Perakim 1-2

Ryvkie Goldberg

These are navi review worksheets for perek alef and perek bais of Sefer Yehoshua. These are clear, neat and thought-provoking worksheets which are to be done after the first two perakim are taught.
These sheets should be completed together with the class to review the Navi they have learned. As they go along, any girl that remembers answers can earn a point.
NaviSefer Yehoshua Navi Project

Mrs. Pessie Saks

Students will summarize the perek in Hebrew and then depict a specific pasuk from that perek by illustrating it.
The class can review a Perek and then fill out and decorate each page. A few girls should be chosen daily to read theirs to the class.The class can review a Perek and then fill out and decorate each page. A few girls should be chosen daily to show theirs to the class.