Kadima Bnei Akiva - ,

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Resource Type: Peula in: English
Age: 8-12
Group Size: 10-50
Estimated Time: 44 minutes

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Resource Goal

1.The Chanich will recognize the Tnuah (Movement) for its history and its function today.

2.The Chanich will Recognize the Tnuahs values and will understand the meaning of the Semel and the Sisma (slogan)

3.The Chanich will understand and recognize the important meaning and function that we have and will feel he belongs to something.


Required Props & Materials

Things to prepare:

1. 2 bristol boards (same size), 1 is cut up into 12 pieces, the other one has a picture of a semel on it.

2. smaller picture of a semel to show the chanichim

3. the song Yad Achim divided and cut up into 12 lines

4. a copy of the story in Source #2


Resource Contents
" , !" By Rachel Gemara Goals: 1.The Chanich will recognize the Tnuah (Movement) for its history and its function today. 2.The Chanich will Recognize the Tnuahs values and will understand the meaning of the Semel and the Sisma (slogan) 3.The Chanich will understand and recognize the important meaning and function that we have and will feel he belongs to something. Steps: 1.game 2.story 3.short discussion Things to prepare: 1. 2 bristol boards (same size), 1 is cut up into 12 pieces, the other one has a picture of a semel on it. 2. smaller picture of a semel to show the chanichim 3. the song Yad Achim divided and cut up into 12 lines 4. a copy of the story in Source #2 1.game: The following game will be played with the chanichim: somewhere in the room there will be a square Bristol board. The square is actually composed of 2 bristol boards. The first one (the covered one) will have a picture of the Bnei Akiva Semel. The top Bristol board will be split into 9 or 12 separate parts (so that the pieces are covering the semel drawn on the Bristol board underneath). Each piece will be attached by a paper clip so that it can easily be taken off when needed. For example: The Bristol on Top: The Bristol underneath: Notice how on half the pieces there will be a √ and on the other half there will be flowers. On the middle pieces hiding the and , there will be group task. Rules of the Game: The Chanichim in the room will be divided into 2 groups. Every group on their turn must choose a card from a hat (or a bag). In the hat there will be 2 cards, on one of them is a picture of a flower, on the other one there is a picture of a checkmark. A group that got a flower will get a task A group that got a checkmark will get a question They will choose which checkmark or flower on the board they want to take off. Remember how there are 2 cards hiding the and , underneath them it will say group task and will be done only at the end of the game. So if a chanich chooses that piece, tell him he must choose a different one for now. If the group didnt succeed in accomplishing the task or answering the question correctly go to the next group (and they choose a card from the hat) By the way, make sure to make it a little bit easier for your chanichim, it could be that they dont know anything, so try and direct them towards a right answer. Without taking off all of the pieces, we wont be able to finish the game. The tasks and questions can be found in Source #1 at the end 2.story After the pieces have been removed, only the 2 middle ones remain (the ones hiding the and ), and underneath them it says group task. Tell the Chanichim that in order to take off those pieces they have to go out and find a missing letter. The letter contains the story of how bnei akiva started. If youre chanichim are young you can tell them that this letter was hidden in the snif many years ago and no one has ever found it, the chanichim must go out and look for the letter and find it. (if youre kids are really little, and youre scared that if they leave the room then they wont come back, then hide the letter in the room). You, the madrich should prepare the letter before Shabbat. The letter can be found in Source #2. (The letter should be hidden before the peulah). The letter is divided into separate paragraphs so that every chanich gets a chance to read something and they dont get bored. 3.Short discussion: After you read the story ask the chanichim: 1. Why do they think its important to be part of a youth movement? 2. Why Bnei Akiva (try to get them to talk about bnei akivas sismah: Torah VAvodah.) 3. What is Torah VAvodah anyways? Now remove the 2 middle pieces covering the and . Explain to the chanichim that in order to be a chanich in bnei akiva we need to know what the sismah of bnei akiva is and what its objectives are. Try to explain it to the chanichim step by step: - the mitzvot and way of jewish life that was given to us by Hashem. - simply put, everyone goes to work. We make a living, we build, and we go forward. Life- Avodah is life useful actions. In order to build something, we need to work. We want to build something big, something huge, something that will change the world. In order to do this we need to work hard. But how will we know in which direction to work? In the direction of the Torah, with what Hashem told us. - This is our path. A path of , along with actions to build the nation and the land. Sources: Questions and Tasks for Game: Questions (the answers are bold) 1. How Many Snifim are there in Toronto? a) 4 b) 6 c) 5 d) 3 2. Who is Yechiel Eliash? a) The first Rosh Snif ever b) Founder of Bnei Akiva c) The person that made up name of Bnei Akiva d) The first Shaliach in Toronto 3. What does BCLTVA stand for? (Hint: its in Hebrew) Bircat Chaverim LTorah VAvodah 4. True or False: Bnei Akiva started from a Soccer Game (true) 5. Bnei Akiva members have a Bracha they say. What is it? a) ! b) c) ' ! ' e) Hows it going? f) Whats up? Tasks: 1. You and your team mates have 1 minute to arrange the lines of , in the correct order. 2. The whole team must sing a song that Rabbi Akiva is mentioned in. 3. Match the people with their role in Bnei Akiva (1) Deena Zimmerman (2) Ayala and Avital (3) Ariela and Avi (4) Shira and Zack (a) Roshei Zach (b) Mazkirat Galil of Toronto Shlichot of Bnei Akiva (d) Roshei Aleph 4. Your team must differentiate between the values of Bnei Akiva and values that are not of Bnei Akiva. (Your Madrich/a will read you the list and you must decide which one belongs in which category) List of Values: Am Yisrael Fun Activities Learning Torah Making Aliyah Local Hangout for kids in the neighborhood Lessening the Boredom Laugh and games for kids and teenagers Eretz Yisrael Baby-sitting for kids Torat Yisrael running around with no parent supervision Settling in the land of Israel 5. You have 2 minutes to identify all the symbols in the Bnei Akiva Semel, and say what they represent. (Your Madrichim will show you a picture of the Semel) 6. Your team must choose a person that must speak about Bnei Akiva for 1 minute without pausing.

Resource Comments

Steps:

1.game

2.story

3.short discussion



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