|Arab and Jewish Children both need a Hug|
It is difficult for children, whether their mother tongue is Hebrew or Arabic, to say goodbye and part from their mother at the kindergarten door in the morning, and it is hard for the mother, too.
|Spring Update, June 2011|
This May, we celebrated the sixth spring of our non-profit organization, Maayan Babustan (Ein Bustan), that founded the first Jewish Arab Waldorf kindergarten
|Starting Class One/Amir Shlomian|
I feel excited to be responsible for the development of an educational program in which the children will be able to be proud of whom they are, and what is more - to be proud of whom they are with.
|Hasna tells her story|
Hasna is preparing to assume a pioneer role as the first co-teacher in Ein Bustan's joint Arab-Jewish Class One, due to commence in September 2011
Here is her story in her own words:
|Finding Common Ground in the Galilee|
On Saturday, January 22 2011, the children of the “Ein Bustan” kindergarten and their parents gathered to plant trees at “Bustan Nof Meshutaf”, in the Galilee
|Autumn 2010: Seeds of Happiness|
Spreading our happiness- so that it might spread seeds and take root in the world
Singing songs in Arabic and in Hebrew
And laughing and crying in a common tongue.
|Ein Bustan Update, August 2010|
|Blossoms of Peace|