|Ages: 10-17||8705 views||View|
A different way to look at “Chazara b’tshuva”
To show that “Chazara b’tshuva” is not just to regret the things that you did, but it is to return to yourself and see if you are fulfilling your purpose in life.
|Ages: 5-50||13357 views||View|
So how do YOU handle adversity?Are you a Carrot...Egg...or a Coffee Bean?
|Ages: 10-100||7385 views||View|
To teach lessons in life. To motivate.
|Ages: 14-22||9935 views||View|
Explain to the chanichim that we can always be free if we have our most important freedom – our bchira chofshit
|Ages: 12-15||4168 views||View|
To appreciate what we have – our world, who we are and where/how we grew up
|Ages: 8-14||6909 views||View|
Goal: the Chanichim should understand that real freedom doesn’t mean doing whatever you want and having no physical limits. The real freedom is about controlling yourself in a way that makes your soul and spirit free.
|Ages: 12-18||5944 views||View|
Goals: Teach about Kiddush and Chillul Hashem in public. Teach about Mesirat Nefesh in Tzahal as a Kiddush Hashem
|Ages: 6-9||5069 views||View|
Goals: To introduce the topic of Kiddush Hashem; to understand the high value we put on life; To learn about Pikuach Nefesh
|Ages: 8-12||8413 views||View|
This week the theme is personal values. Why do you do what you do? Every day, all of us have to make lots of little choices. We hope that they live up to what we think our values, but we all know that it doesn’t always happen the way we want it to.
Anyway, enough with the serious stuff. This game can be adapted to suit all ages and all attention spans.
|Ages: 12-13||3208 views||View|
Goal: The point of this Peulah is to teach the children about peer pressure, not because it has anything to do with the parsha necessarily. You should talk about peer pressure while at the same time stressing the importance of
Israel and other things. If you don’t know how to, just make something up the kids will have no idea.
|Ages: 8-14||8065 views||View|
To teach the kids that we are all unique and special individuals and we should embrace our own individuality
|Ages: 8-13||2031 views||View|