Aliya From Yemen - äòìéä îúéîï
Tipo de recursos: Peula Idiomoa: English
Edad 8 - 14
Cantidad de participantes en el grupo 10 - 50
Tiempo estimado: 45 minutos
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Background: The country of
When the leader of
Game 1: Gobbly-Gook
Select one chanich. Give the Chanich a topic to “teach” to the other chanichim. BUT the chanich must make up a language and teach the kvutza in that language.
Can the chanich manage to make himself understood? Are the other chanichim tolerant or do they lose patience quickly? Do the chanichim who catch on attempt to explain the topic to the other chanichim?
Game 2: Foreign Objects
Bring a bag full of normal household items, or obscure objects. Let each chanich pick an item. They should pretend they have never seen that object before and think of a creative name and purpose for their object. Have each chanich present his object and explanation to the kvutza.
Another way to play this game is to pick two chanichim. Give them one object. They must alternate coming up with ways to use their object, or prop, in different ways (ie. Pretending it’s a phone, using it as an earring, etc.)
Game 3: Baseball
Choose one chanich to be it. He should be someone who does not know how to play baseball, or who can pretend he doesn’t. All the other chanichim are going to teach him to play baseball, without talking. This should turn out to be extremely difficult.
This is why people often used to prepare for their aliyot by learning Hebrew, learning how to farm, etc. In fact, Bnei Akiva of
Game 4: Not really so much of a game, but everyone can go around the circle and say something that they can do to prepare for moving to
Note: Operations Solomon and Moses were bringing Jews from
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