Explore the B’naiture Philosophy & Approach
How parents and B’naiture students collaborate to complete the B’naiture mentorship experience.
We all have a lot to learn from Marina’s exploration of Torah portion Shelach Lecha and her perspective on peer pressure, mentoring, and speaking our truth.
An article that talks about the developmental journey of a child into a teen as compared to the Garden of Eden story.
Wilderness Torah’s core philosophy of the importance of reconnecting Judaism to nature.
Zelig explores the ancient Jewish relationship to fire and the importance of reawakening this relationship. In B’naiture, your child will spend much time with fire.
Read Rowan Gould-Bayba, B’naiture 2011–13 grad’s amazing Bar Mitzvah drash–featuring lessons learned during B’naiture.
The basic understanding of the cardinal directions and how they mirror the cycle of the ecological and spiritual Jewish year. This understanding of the calendar is taught to our B’naiture children.