I thought 'o' would be for ocean or outer space, but items related to these did not spark conversation. Instead, upon the return from break, the students wanted to talk about breakfasts over Pesach. The children spoke about their favorite things for matza breakfast (debate over jelly, butter, or cream cheese) and about a pancake mishap. We talked at length about favorite breakfast options during the year as well. Therefore, it was only fitting that O is for oatmeal.
Then we poured some in a pot and added water. Morah Racheli took it to the kitchen to cook it while we did Tefilah.
Then we enjoyed oatmeal for snack!
OOOOOh! So good!