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Resource Type: Peula in: English
Age: 10-14
Group Size: 10-30
Estimated Time: 45 minutes

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Resource Goal

GOAL-to teach the chanichim what "Vnahafoch hu is really about


Resource Contents


GOAL-to teach the chanichim what "Vnahafoch hu is really about

INSTRUCTIONS-

1. Who am I?! Tell one chanich to choose one character from the "Megila , the rest of the chanichim have to figure out who he is by asking yes and no questions.

2. psychologist- everyone sits in a circle one

chanich is chosen to leave the room, while the rest of the group decide what problem they have

that the psychologist is going to have to diagnose. When the psychologist comes back to the circle he has to figure out what the groups disorder is by asking yes or no questions, which the chanichim have to answer according to their problem. [Do not let the game go on to long ]

3. Find your group- give each chanich an identity card, they have to figure out who they are and then find the rest of their group. (attach 1)

[An original way to divide them into 2 groups ]

4. What a mess!- give each group the parts of the "Megila" and tell them to unscramble it. Emphasize the fact that this is a competition between both groups.(attach 2)

For the madrichim-the right order

18 10 14 17 11 5 1 4 12 13 15 2 7 16 8 6 9 3

5. Gamzu- read your chanichim the story about Machun ish Gamzu. (attach 3)

Ask them what is the connection between the story of Purim and the story, lead them to the right answer which is

- One of the messages for us

To learn from "Megilat Esther" is that g-d has his own plan of how the world runs and that he is behind what goes on. What we see may not be what is truly happening and g-d can change everything in an instant. And we, just like Nachum ish Gamzu should look at everything in a positive way and understand that just like in the story of Purim ,when things looked so bad for the Jewish people but in the end turned out on the best side ,g-d runs the world and every bad thing can turn out good.

Through out the whole Peula we played games and we pretended to be other people, that is part of what we call on Purim vnahafoch hu, which means backwards in remembrance of the miracle that from almost being killed we won.

CHAG SAMEACH AND

SHABBAT SHALOM

HADAS AND RACHEL.


Attach 1- Find your group.

I raised the queen.

I didnt bow down to Haman.

I heard about a plot to kill the king and I saved him.

Who am I?

I raised the queen.

I didnt bow down to Haman.

I heard about a plot to kill the king and I saved his life.

Who am I?

My uncle was a hero.

The Megila is named after me.

My second name is Hadasa.

Who am I?

My uncle was a hero.

The Megila is named after me.

My second name is Hadasa.

Who am I?

I raised the queen.

I didnt bow down to Haman.

I heared about a plot to kill the king and I saved his life.

Who am I?

I raised the queen.

I didnt bow down to Haman.

I heared about a plot to kill the king and I saved his life.

Who am I?


Attach 2- What a mess

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Who will pray for us?

In the neighborhood of Rabbi Zeira there lived some sinful Jews. He reached out to them and befriended them in the hope that they would repent their ways. This did not find favor with some of the other sages. When Rabbi Zeira passed away these sinners were distraught. Until now, they cried, Rabbi Zeira prayed to Heaven in our behalf but who will do so now? They took this so much to heart that they became ba'alei teshuva.

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Attach 3- Nachum Ish Gamzo



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