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Yosef Chaim’s Project Chesed

Shira Yehudit Djilmand

In our Talmud Torah, winter means Project Chesed. Every year around this time the principal calls us all into the dining room to talk to us.

 

Jr. Lab

Idele

Now that shemittah is over, we can once again experiment with growing plants. If you live in Eretz Yisrael, the next time you go shopping for fruits and vegetables, take a look at the packaging of the leafy vegetables. Do you see anywhere written מצע מנותק? This means the vegetable was grown using a special method called hydroponics.

 

A First Time for Everything

C. B. Lieber

Do you want to make an arts and crafts project? Just grab a pencil and some markers. Easy enough, right? Want to listen to some music while you work? Turn on the CD player. Pencils, markers, CDs… Did you ever stop and wonder who invented these objects we take for granted?



MM217
 
Blame It on Amnesia
Rabbi Moshe Grylak He has no past, and therefore no future
Jogging the Memory
Yonoson Rosenblum Summoning up the past is not always so easy
Endless Summer
Eytan Kobre Time is the implacable foe of us all
Three Orphans and Two Afikomens
Dr. Meir Wikler Here is how children spell the word “love”: t-i-m-e
All for a Good Cause: The Conversation Continues
Mishpacha Contributors Readers weigh in on “All for a Good Cause”
No Question Too Small, No Problem Too Big
Eliezer Shulman In tribute to Rav Sraya Deblitzky ztz”l
Under the Chuppah
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman Of course, I never mentioned my dream to anyone
The Detective: Part I
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “It just showed me that his behavior is not normal”