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גַנון – Nursery School

December 22, 2011

כתבתי הרבה זמנים שיש לנו בן קטן.  (השם שלו איתן, והוא בן 3 שנות.)  שלוש ימים בשבוע, הוא הולך למקום ללמוד הרבה דברים ולמשחק עם עוד ילדים.  המקום הזה גנון.
הגנון שלו גנון יהודי – אנחנו רוצים אותו ללמוד קצת על יהדות כשהוא צעיר.  יש ימים שאני לא יודע אם הוא לומד משהו, אבל אני יכול לקוות…

I’ve written several times that we have a small son.  (His name’s Ethan, and he’s 3 years old.)  Three days a week, he goes to a place to learn many things and play with other children.  This place is a nursery school.
His nursery school is Jewish – we want him to learn a little about Judaism while he’s young.  There are days where I don’t know that he’s learning anything, but I can hope…

(If you notice, part of the word is גן – “garden”, which shares a common concept with kindergarten (“children’s garden”) from German…)


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