Mini Booklet of Brachot

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4th - 7th
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This is perfect for practicing the blessing prior to meals with my students. Love the creativity and it kept my students engaged and loving to practice. Thank you.
This is a perfect resource for the students that I tutor. They loved practicing with it and were excited to show it to their families.

Description

When we acknowledge G‑d as the source of all sustenance, we express our gratitude. The Birkat ha'nehenin (blessings of pleasure over food) includes 6 prayers we say before we eat. Individually, they highlight the main ingredient of a meal. As a result, we are more mindful of the foods we eat and develop a deeper appreciation for their sources.

This decorative mini booklet includes a cover page, plus 6 colorful pages with images that help associate the food category with its blessing.

  • the cover
  • blessings before a meal

Categories include:

bread

fruit

wine

vegetables

grains

uncategorized

Assembling the mini booklet of blessings is easy.

1. Cut out the pages

2. Staple them together

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BONUS GAME: Race to Amen

Learning Goals

Students will learn how to recite the blessings through repetition.

Students will learn that there are six different blessings for food consumption.

Students will be able to identify the blessing over a meal.

You will receive:

1. Race to "Amen" Gameboard

2. Printable cube template, in lieu of dice (optional)

3. A Reinforcement Worksheet

The goal of the game is to be the first to say "Amen". Through the luck of the die, students alternate reading and shading in the corresponding words. The first player who can roll and read one entire blessing, wins!

Differentiating Instruction

Repetition is key to learning tefillot. If your students are already comfortable with "בָּרוּךְ אַתָּה יְיָ אֱלֹהֵינוּ מֶלֶךְ הָעוֹלָם", they can begin after "הָעוֹלָם". However, they must still recite the phrase as part of the prayer. Because this will reduce playing time, I suggest making extra copies so students can play multiple rounds.

Get this booklet free when you purchase the Tefillah Bundle!

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