Draw a line between the word on the left and the corresponding word on the right:
|With the beginning of Adar
||the first queen|
|The Jews had
||shouted and was glad|
|And the city of Shushan
||we must multiply our rejoicing|
||the Purim meal|
||the seed of Amalek|
||light and rejoicing|
||whom the king delights to honor|
|Thus shall be done to the man
Write each word or group of words in the appropriate column
To destroy the Jews, Mishlo'ah Manot, the king's sleep was disturbed,
to dress up, Esther, up unto half of my kingdom,
reading the Megillah, gifts to the poor, Haman,
the Purim meal, hamantashen, Mordechai,
Vayzata, the `Al Hanisim' prayer, Vashti,
Adloyada, rattle, the fast of Esther,
masks, drew lots, Bigtan and Teresh,
Achashverosh, thus shall be done to the man whom the king delights to honor.
|Expressions from the Megillah
||Characters from the Megillah
Draw a comparison between the two festivals that are celebrated to commemorate a miracle that happened to the Jewish people.
|Date of the holiday
|Name of the villain
|Name of the hero
|Where did the miracle occur?
|When did the miracle occur?
|What was the miracle?
|How is the miracle commemorated today?
Below are the titles of the most dramatic Purim songs for younger children:
"Achat, shtayim, shalosh Ani Achashverosh...."
"Ani Purim, ani Purim Sameach umevadeach...."
"Leitzan Katan Nehmad"
JEWISH AND ISRAELI HOLIDAYS:
Reference material for teachers and students in the Diaspora, Written and edited by Dr. Aviv Ekroni & Rafi Banai From: "Hetz", Journal of the former Department for Jewish Education and Culture in the Diaspora
The Department for Jewish Zionist Education, JAFI