Students refine their own understanding and definition of K'dushah and apply that understanding to how ritual objects, symbols, prayer and our behaviors can make moments and places special, holy and closer to God. Torah Theme: Vayikra, Living a Life of Kedusha/Holiness. Avodah Theme: Ways we experience God. G'milut Chasadim Theme: Taking responsibility for G'milut Chasadim, planning and doing.
This student journal is designed to enhance and reinforce the materials taught in CHAI Level Three Core Curriculum. This full-color workbook contains numerous activities and exercises to make the entire experience more exciting and interactive.
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