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The Dreidel and the Dreidel Game, a Hanukkah Holiday Tradition! (9-12)
Learn about the history of the spinning top, the dreidel (aka the dreydl), and how to play the Hanukkah dreidel game!
Caroline Esther, MA, MS
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What is a dreidel? How do you play the dreidel game? Come find out! (Please note the separate classes for ages 6-8.) Taught by a teacher with an MA in Jewish Studies, this class introduces students to the spinning top called a dreidel, often used to play a fun game during the eight day festival of Hanukah. Students will learn what a dreidel is, and how to play the "dreidel game". Students will also learn a short Hanukkah song, the "Dreidel Song", time permitting. Students will participate...
•. Students will learn about the origins of the spinning top known as the dreidel • Students will learn how to play the dreidel game • Students will learn about some of the Hanukah traditions children celebrate in the United States, and around the world • Students will have a chance to casually interact with peers around a shared learning goal • Students will practice using their listening skills and (time permitting) their speaking skills
I have an academic MA in Jewish Studies from the University of Indiana-Bloomington. I have also completed several other academic Jewish Studies and Religious Studies classes at the graduate level. I was raised Jewish, and I taught Hebrew school for several years.
Please bring the following items to class: Paper, crayons or markers, and a pencil. Optional: Bring a dreidel, IF your student has one and wants to show it to the class. This is not required!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This is a secular and inclusive class about the dreidel and the dreidel game, with some information about the holiday of Hanukah. All students are welcome. No prior knowledge is required. There is mention of fighting/battles in the Hanukkah story, which could be mentioned in this class. Spinning tops like the dreidel have historically been used for gambling and other games, so the term gambling is likely to be used and explained in this class.
Caroline Esther, MA, MS
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
143 total reviews
256 completed classes
Hello parents and students, I’ve worked with and taught many different kids and teens, from a broad range of families. Whether teaching online or in person, I always strive to help my students feel relaxed and accepted as they learn. I've earned...