Parsha Pop Up, created by 2 Chabad school teachers, is an interactive Parsha presentation project that is made by the students each week.
Every week, the children create a new pop up card, which they can then proudly display at their Shabbos table.
Created by Mushky (Avtzon) Yiftach, a teacher in Maimonides School in Los Angeles, and Mussi (Greenberg) Creimer, a teacher in Cheder Chabad Baltimore, the objective of the weekly project is to provide an easily taught Dvar Torah, presented in a creative, fun, meaningful, and age-appropriate way.
Parsha Pop Up is appreciated by the teachers who use it in their classrooms – it’s an interesting, effortless activity and lesson that’s prepared for them.
But it’s not only the teachers who love Parsha Pop Up, the creators said.
“Students love Parsha Pop Up, they look forward to it all week,” Mushky Yiftach says. “They ask their mothers to schedule appointments around the lesson!”
Parents are thrilled as well, when their child is so excited and confident to share her Dvar Torah at the Shabbos table each week.
When you join Parsha Pop Up, here is what’s included:
Video instructions every single week!
An easy to read Dvar Torah written for children.
Printables for all the craft components
A pictorial supplies list
1-hour phone support
Perfect for Morahs, Rebbes, homeschooling, and Online school as well.
Hear what they have to say:
Parsha Pop Up truly made the parsha “pop” for the children – they were always excited to create the pop up and share it with their family. It helped the lessons and values become personal and made the children want to share with their family.
-Rochie Popack, Teacher
Hebrew Academy of Huntington Beach, CA
Parsha Pop Up was the highlight of my daughter’s Shabbos! She would be thrilled to show our family and guests at the Shabbos table her creative work and then read the connecting message from the Parsha out loud, initiating conversation about the Parsha.
-Chanie Tenenbaum, Parent
Cheder Chabad of Baltimore, MD
One of my favorite things from third grade was the Parsha Pop Ups. Its’s really fun and creative. I looked forward to do it at the end of every week. My favorite one was when we made a bed that pops up.
-Dina Moorvitch, Student
Bais Chaya Mushka of Los Angeles, CA
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