Pulling it together

6th grade

TopicTitleOver the phoneVia Zoom
NaviTwenty Eight Navi Review Activities

Mrs. Sara Brown

This item features twenty-eight ideas for reviewing Navi!
Many of these review activities can be done over a conference call. Apples to Apples, the teacher can say a general topic and everyone has to think of a Passuk or Chazzal that fits under it. The teacher will call on 5 girls to say their answers and choose a girl with the best answer to receive a point.
Taboo can be played by the teacher preparing cards of important topics, Chazzals or lessons in advance. She can go through a few cards every day and describe them one at a time. In order for the students to answer, the teacher will give a consequence, such as ten jumping jacks, and only after the consequence is done can they shout out the answer!
The illustrations and and cartoons should be handed out in advance and students can do it on their own time for extra credit.
Apples to Apples, the teacher can show her card and have the students write and show their answers with the teacher choosing one girl with the best answer.
Taboo can be played the same way as a conference call.
NaviNavi Monopoly Game Project

Mushka Junik

A clever way to review information from Navi- the students make up their own question/story/fact cards in order to play the Monopoly game.
Instructions can be given in advance and the teacher can explain how to create the game over the phone and the girls can play after the conference.The teacher can create the game with her students, showing them step by step.
NaviSearch- the Navi: Scavenger Hunt

Mrs. Sara Brown

This item features two sample scavenger hunts in which students participate by reading the clues and finding the answers within the Navi.
The sheets can be handed out in advance and the teacher can explain the rules and the class can play together on the conference. The girls should write down their answers on a sheet of paper and send it to their teacher.Variation: This hunt can be done using zoom by having students race to answers individually or as groups. This will give more students a chance to be the winner.
Review GameBingo Review

Lakewood Teachers Center Torah Umesorah

Review Chumash, Navi or even Parsha by playing Bingo.
The girls should have the sheets in advance and It can be a great review for a conference.
Review GameClass Review Games

Rabbi Tuvya Peromsik

An assortment of seven enjoyable review games which are adaptable for any subject.
Many of these games can be adapted for a conference over the phone. The game show can be played by having the class divided into two. Every girl on the team should have a number, corresponding to someone on the next team. When the teacher asks a question, she also calls out a number and the two girls with that number race each other to call out the answer first. The game show and true or false game can be played regularly via zoom.
Review GameCorkboard Chazara Game

Chaim And Chaya Baila Wolf Teacher Center Torah Umesorah

Wind your way across the board by answering multi-level review questions. Be the first team to reach the corner and win!
The game boards should be given out in advance. The teacher should ask a question and give time for the students to come up with an answer. Then she should call on one girl to say the answer, and to spin a die. Whoever also thought of the correct answer, can also move along their game board.This game can be played via zoom, with the teacher dividing the class into two teams. She should show a large poster of the game board and having the cards. Additionally, each student can have her own game board and when their team moves along the board, they can also move along. Alternatively, this game can be played with only the students having a board. The teacher should ask a question and give time for the students to come up with an answer. Then she should call on one girl to say the answer, and to spin the die. Whoever also thought of the correct answer, can also move along their game board.
IvrisWould You Rather-Hebrew Vocabulary Game

St. Louis Teachers Center Torah Umesorah

This exciting Hebrew vocabulary game is a fun, educational twist on the popular “Would You Rather” game. It’s a hilarious game, and as long as the sentences contain enough Hebrew words then the wackier, the better!
This game can be played over a conference by students having the cards in advance.
Yedios KlaliosFamilies in Tanach Game

Chaim And Chaya Baila Wolf Teacher Center Torah Umesorah

A review game of some of the families in Tanach which can be played independently.
Students should have these sheets in advance and can play on their own time to earn extra credit.
NaviDavid and Goliyas: Shmuel Aleph Review

Mrs. Chaya Rubens

A thorough review from the anointing of David through his battle against Goliyas. Includes a PowerPoint Presentation listing all salient points, a SMART Board review game, a cartoon booklet review assignment, and a Pictionary game.
The cartoon booklet should be handed out in advance and students can to earn extra credit.The PowerPoint can be shown via zoom and can serve as a great review before a test.