United Lubavitcher Yeshiva Hosts an Interactive Father Son Learning Experience Right Here in the Classrooms

In HaYom Yom of Chof Beis Teves the Rebbe writes:

“……… It is an absolute duty for every person to spend a half hour every day thinking about the Torah-education of children, and to do everything in his power – and beyond his power – to inspire children to follow the path along which they are being guided.”

More pictures in the Extended Article!

It is with this directive in mind that Fathers were invited to come join Kitah Bais, Lubavitcher Yeshiva, on Tuesday morning from 10:00 – 11:00am for an interactive father – son learning experience. Fathers came to share the Chumash lesson experience by working together with their sons on the skill building worksheets that accompany each possuk. It was hard to tell who was working harder and enjoying the experience more the fathers of the talmidim?

The great turnout response provided the opportunity for fathers to get a first hand view of their son’s class, sharing the experience together.


  • 2. very nice wrote:

    I was wondering how they got all these fathers to come on a weekday, then it hit me, it was New years. Nice way to spend your day off.

  • 3. proud Dad wrote:

    it was kita Beis and kita Hey!

    rab Karp and rab Levy, you are the best keep on inspiring our youth… and us.

  • 4. Wednesday phone Chavrusa wrote:

    Beautiful! There should be a mention of the excellent Rebbi that did this excellent peula, Rabbi Zalman Karp.

  • 6. Zev-s Cousin wrote:

    Very impressive! Zev, I thought you just finished school…how can you sit in a classroom again?

  • 10. OUT OF TOWNER wrote:

    Wow, what a pleasure to see!
    Kol Hakavod to the teacher and Hanoholo for instituting this program and Yasher Koiach to all the fathers who took time out of their busy days to create a lasting memory for their sons, showing them what and who are priorities in their lives!

  • 11. rach wrote:

    so nice to see so many familiar faces!!!
    this is such a great project, more parents (especially fathers) should be involved in their kids learning, and in their daily activities. yashar koach to all those who participated!!!

  • 13. torontonian wrote:

    toronto’s boys cheder always has father and son learning, once a month. a whole program and all, learning, dancing…too bad noone ever publicizes the amazing things that toronto does with the youth.

  • 14. MJ wrote:

    …and it was a GEMARA lesson (at least for the 5th graders)… we’re the fifth picture from the bottom.

  • 15. Chinuch wrote:

    That’s beautiful!

    Thanks to all the teachers who provided this awesome learning experience, and to the fathers who took the time and effort to come.

    The students have definitely learned and grown from it.


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