Peula Shabbat Parshat Noach - פעולה שבת פרשת נח
Group Size: 10-30
Estimated Time: 60 minutes
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Peula Shabbat Parashat Noach
Goal: To get the chanichim to be "jealous" of people who live in
Materials: prizes, string to tie the kids legs with, parsha questions
Suitable for Shabbat
Suggested Age: Taf or Aleph
The theme for this peula is how
Peula: In order to illustrate this point, there will be two games that we will play. From the outset it may seem that we are being cruel, but bear with me, and you will see the greatness of this peula. One of the goals of the peula is to incite jealousy within the chanichim.
1st game: we will divide the group into pairs.) We then tie one of the chanichim’s legs together with a string or rope. Give each Chanich with free legs a number 1 and the Chanich with tied legs a number 2. We then explain to the chanichim that it is a race between the two people in a pair- whoever gets to the finish line first wins a prize. Obviously, the Chanich with free legs will win and gets the prize - that is the point. If people complain that it is unfair- tell them that that is the point and that they will understand later. Play the game again- but KEEP THE SAME EXACT ARRANGEMENT AS BEFORE.
2nd Game: This game will combine both our theme of the peula and the parasha. Divide the chanichim into two groups- have both groups have kids that were tied up and not tied up. There will be a list of parsha questions that will accompany the peula- the questions will be hard. Place another Madrich with one group and DO NOT PLACE A MADRICH WITH THE OTHER GROUP. The Madrich will serve to help that side, and only that side, with the questions. The group that answers the most will win- obviously the one with the Madrich. You will then give a prize to all the members of the winning team. There will be a consolations prize for those kids that didn’t get a prize in either game.
Conclusion: We must understand that there is a big difference between
Note: Try to get the audience as involved as possible for the conclusion.
(you can come up with them on the spot, it's an easy parsha)