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The Reunification Of Jerusalem - איחוד ירושלים

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Resource Type: Peula in: English
Age: 6-12
Group Size: 10-32
Estimated Time: 75 minutes

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Resource Goal

To teach this to the chanichim:

Background

In 1967, Jerusalem was reunited. It had been separated in 1948 during the War of Independence.


Required Props & Materials

attached cards


Resource Contents

Reunification of Jerusalem

Written By: Cleveland

Materials: attached cards

Goals: For the chanichim to understand the importance of a united Yerushalaim

Age: Taf, Aleph

Suitable for Shabbat (requires preparation beforehand)

 

Background

In 1967, Jerusalem was reunited. It had been separated in 1948 during the War of Independence.

 

Game 1: Reunification

Cut out the cards and give one to each chanich. Each card has a pair, which forms a phrase. The chanichim have to find their pair. To make this more complicated, you could paper clip the words to the back of their shirts, and then they have to work together to find the pair.

Coca

Cola

Basket

Ball

Torah

V’Avodah

Bnei

Akiva

Hot

Dog

Star

Wars

Am

Yisrael

Yom

Yerushalayim

Mashed

Potatoes

Air

Plane

PeanutButter

Jelly

Kabbalat

Shabbat

Har

Habayit

Western

Wall

United

States

Brit

Mila

 

Explanation: Jerusalem is one entity. When it was separated, there was something missing from the capital, just like any one of these phrases would be incomplete, have a different meaning, without the other half. This is why Yom Yerushalayim is such a happy day, because it reunited Jerusalem.



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» All > Eretz Yisrael > Places in Israel > Jerusalem

» All > Jewish Holidays > Yom Yerushalayim

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