Goal: To discuss why our tnua is named after Rabbi Akiva, to review the meaning
behind Bnei Akiva rites and rituals.
Peulah: You know your kvutza (e.g. whether they are active, contemplative, etc.) – select ONE of these peulot and adapt it as appropriate. You may be able to get through both peulot but more likely, one will take up the majority of your time, and you do want to save some time for going through and explaining the “rites” and “rituals”
|Ages: 10-16||8776 views||View|
To teach the chanichim about global Bnei- Akiva and to show them that each country and each snif may seem different, but underneath the language and culture barriers we all work together for the same goals and ideals… Aliyah, Torah, teamwork.
|Ages: 12-15||7960 views||View|
1. To generate the feeling that they are part of something larger than just their local snif . Bnei Akiva is really a worldwide organization.
2. To generate excitement in Bnei Akiva so that the chanichim will want to take part in tochniot.
|Ages: 10-12||5922 views||View|
The chanichim will understand the why it is important to have a flag.
The chanichim will know that what’s behind what eyes can see is more important
|Ages: 4-6||4028 views||View|
Teach the chanachim about the basic principals of Bnei Akiva
|Ages: 9-11||7993 views||View|