Hi again! As we near the end of the year, I wanted to share my notes from my closing session with my 6th graders. Some of this is content from the original Lev closing curriculum and some of…Continue Reading →
Welcome to “Jen’s Blog”, a Moving Traditions blog about the 6th and 7th grade Rosh Hodesh curriculum.
At Moving Traditions we’re developing a lot of new material at the moment: on sexuality, the b’nai mitzvah experience, for trans youth, and a rebooted Rosh Hodesh curriculum. Curriculum writing and program development takes time. With that in mind, this blog is here to give you all some new and exciting material NOW!
Written by Moving Traditions’ Curriculum Specialist and Rosh Hodesh group leader, Jen Anolik, this blog provides notes on how Jen adapted the Lev and Ruach years of the Rosh Hodesh curriculum to meet her group’s interests, dynamic, and needs.
Hi Everyone, I’m sharing my notes on a session about Friendship that I led last Nisan. It worked really well with my 6th graders and the subject matter will resonate with older girls as well. I’d love to…Continue Reading →
One of the things I learned at the Moving Traditions training conference was that no matter how much time I spent familiarizing myself with the curriculum, adapting activities for my group, and purchasing supplies, there would be instances…Continue Reading →
Many of you are leading your first Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girl Thing! group this year during the month of Elul. Here are some ideas of what to do with your girls.Continue Reading →
Ideas for how to spice up the traditional Taste of Rosh Hodesh program.Continue Reading →