9 Teves, 5774 / Thursday, December 12, 2013
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Usually the children start acting up when they are done/bored of eating. Since children really enjoy listening to stories, you might want to have a teacher or principal tell an entertaining story towards the end of the lunch period. You also maybe could ask trivia questions once in a while instead of a story. It could be on the Parsha, Yom Tov, Halacha ect. This facilitates learning in a relaxed atmosphere and also captures the students' interest.
All of this depends on size of the group eating lunch and the various ages.
On March 6, 2012 a History Timeline of Purim was added to the Chinuch.org materials. It was contributed by the St. Louis Teachers' Center and created by Dena Granick. A graphically appealing poster with the events of Purim clearly outlined in Hebrew- it's a great teaching tool for your classroom.
Chinuch.org Folder # H_00599
Available as a non-editable PDF.
Wow, sounds like a great idea! The Walder Education Pavilion of Torah Umesorah is currently working on a multilingual feelings program. You can contact them at email@example.com to see what they have available or perhaps they can recommend some great resources.
I would recommend using Microsoft Publisher. Since it is a Microsoft program, it is setup like Microsoft Word and very user friendly. It's not exactly a graphic design program, but it was programmed to create appealing documents and therefore has many visual add-ins.
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