The First and Second Grades of Temple B'nai Abraham’s Primary School have a “Mouse” in their classroom…A Mitzvah Mouse! Each student takes a turn bringing a toy stuffed Mitzvah Mouse home to be inspired to perform a good deed (mitzvah) at home and in the community. The student draws a picture of what he or she did, and the next week shares with the class the nature of the good deed… how it made the recipient feel and what were their own feelings about performing a mitzvah. Pictured discussing her good deed, accompanied by the Mitzvah Mouse, is 2nd grade student Julia Benjamin. For information regarding the Temple B'nai Abraham Primary School, grades kindergarten through 2nd grade, please contact Director Janet Resnick at 973-994-3950. Visit the school’s website at www.tbanj.org/religious-school.
Mitzvah Mouse in the House at B’nai Abraham Primary School
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