This week's Parsha tells us about the unity of the Jewish people in the days before the giving of the Torah. This week's shabbos table game will require teamwork and unity, playing together to find the correct parts of the phrase.
To work together to complete the sentences scattered around the table, and learn about the parsha.
Print and cut out game pieces. Keep them separated by shapes. Each shape will be a different round in the game.
Place each pile of cards on the table. Give each pile a mix.
Begin with one shape. Let's use the circle cards for the example.
Place all of the circle cards around the table face upward.
There are 4 cards to every sentence/phrase. To build a sentence (or phrase) there needs to be a number 1,2,3 and 4 card.
Choose someone to pick a card with a number 1.
Next, everyone at the table searches for a card 2 that will continue the sentence.
Continue finding card 3, then card 4, completing the sentence!
Start again choosing another card 1, and continue the same steps to complete the sentence.
Once all 5 sentences are completing with one shape, spread out the second shape, then third, and continue the game until you completed all 15 sentences of the parsha together with everyone at the table!