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Head of the Class: Rosh Hashanah Fish Art

Item Number: PRYMN18-SH107

Date Submitted: 06/28/2018

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It is the Jewish tradition to eat the head of a fish on Rosh Hashanah. The meaning behind this is that “we should be like the head and not like the tail”. We should learn that it is better to be a leader rather than a follower, and encourages us to invest all our efforts to reach our goals. Student will be working with textures such as the soft yarn and hard buttons. Students will also be working with materials that create a sense of excitement through the use of vibrant colors.

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Publisher: Walder Education
Founding Director: Mrs. Rouhama Garelick
Created: Shavy Hass
Coordinator: Sara Freida Imbo




Size: 8.5"x11"
Language: N/A
Language Style: N/A
Gender: N/A
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Grade(s): Pre-2nd
Resource Type(s): Projects
Subject(s): Holidays and Shabbos, Rosh Hashanah, Secular Studies, Art




Goals and Objectives:

Students will learn to strive to be the head of the class in a humble way.
It will also enhance students’ sensory skills and aesthetic of color skills.

Skills Needed: Ability to follow directions, fine motor skills
Skills Developed: Students will develop visual spatial skills, pincer grasping skills,
strengthen their eye-hand coordination and focus on task skills.


  • 5”x7” Photo frame
  • 4.5” Round plastic container cover
  • Buttons (variety of sizes)
  • Tacky glue
  • Yarn of your choice
  • 1 Googly eye
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