Megillat Esther describes a topsy turvy world — something we can all relate to after the past year! Delve into this idea with the sheet “The World Turned Upside Down: Ve’na’hafoch Hu”. If you would like to study this sheet with a chavruta, join our Chavruta Roulette event on Monday, February 22 at 8pm EST. Learn more about the event and register here!
Looking for great Purim materials? Here are some highlights from our new collection of Purim Resources for Educators:
Examine the mitzvah of Matanot L’evyonim (gifts to the poor) in “Joy and Generosity: Giving on Purim”.
For a fun and educational way to explore the Megillah, take your students on a Megillah scavenger hunt.
Strengthen your students’ independent learning skills with “Purim Perspectives: What's the Story?”
- Combine text study with creative art activities in “Masks that Conceal; Masks that Reveal,” made for high school or elementary school students.
Finally, don’t forget to shake your phone to use the Sefaria app’s built-in grogger. It pairs well with Sefaria’s most fun-filled text, the Emoji Megillah!