Torah Live in Stop Motion

Rabbi Shmuli Soroka, a junior high Judaic Studies teacher at Netivot HaTorah Day School in Toronto, got creative with Torah Live. He showed his sixth grade students the Brachos videos and then asked them to produce stop motion videos based on what they learned. Check out some of the cool videos they produced!

Noam produced a video on the bracha of Borei Pri HaGefen:

Abigail chose to focus on the blessing of Borei Meorai H'Aish:

Ariel's video focuses on the bracha on fruit:

This video on Mezonos was created by Ezra:

Daniel's video is about the mitzvah of maakeh. We don't have a presentation on this topic - yet! - but Daniel beautifully captured the spirit of Torah Live.

This video, created by Zachy, is all about making Hamotzi:

And here's Michaela's video on the bracha of Roka HaAretz Al Hamayim:

Thanks to Rabbi Soroka for sharing these amazing creations with us. You and your students should go from strength to strength!

Rabbi Soroka learned this creative toolkit at the Legacy Heritage Fund TIArts (Teacher Institute for the Arts),  in conjunction with the Torah Live material.

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asher fleshel
asher fleshel
3 months ago

amazing

Family Miller
Family Miller
3 months ago

What absolutely fabulous videos! These kids have brought holiness and the light of torah into our world!
Thank you to Torah Live for the inspiration!
Yasher Koach to Rabbi Soroka, clearly an educator who looks for ways to elevate his student to their greatest potential.
You are all building the future of our Nation!

Myriam Braja
Myriam Braja
3 months ago

very cool!

unknown
unknown
3 months ago

Amazing!!! Thank you TorahLive!!!