Goal: We can learn a lot form Moshe Rabbenu, even by looking at the stories that we all know and remember from when we were young.
|Ages: 9-12||11086 views||View|
Goal: to teach the chanichim some Purim/Adar games!
|Ages: 14-15||12894 views||View|
Yom Kippur is a day like Purim (Yom K – Purim), yet the two days could not be more diametrically opposed.
|Ages: 13-20||9211 views||View|
|Ages: 15-100||10279 views||View|
How to start Shuk-Purim???
* First of all, don’t panic!
|Ages: 7-17||7544 views||View|
Running a Purim Carnival can be a great way to bring the fun—and some of the facts—about Purim home to the kids in your community.
|Ages: 6-30||19947 views||View|
Ami: There is something I don’t understand about Purim. It’s so different than any other Chag. In all our festivals, we feel the spirituality in the air, mainly because certain secular actions are prohibited. But on Purim – nothing is prohibited. Some people even go to work on Purim. If there is no work prohibition prohibited on Purim – what makes it different than any other day?”
|Ages: 15-20||7167 views||View|
Goal: To teach about Para Aduma
|Ages: 10-17||11883 views||View|
Goals: Discuss Amalek, their history, and the relevant mitzvot relating to them.
|Ages: 13-17||9288 views||View|
|Ages: 6-12||10850 views||View|
|Ages: 10-100||6435 views||View|
A humorous play for Purim about the Megila
|Ages: 10-100||16847 views||View|