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  • Purim Lottoproudly offering

    To play, print out the deck of picture cards and at least one game board for each player.

    Each player needs 8 dried beans or pennies to mark their board, and a game board (which shows 8 pictures).

    Someone picks cards from the deck (it can be the teacher, or the players can take turns picking a card),

    and if a player has that picture on their board, they cover it with a penny or a dried bean.

    The winner is the first person to cover 4 pictures in a row horizontally. The winner calls out “Lotto!”

    Hamantaschen

    King Ahasuerus Queen Esther

    Gragger Purim Mask

    Happy Purim

    Haman

    Purim Feast

  • Purim Words

    Gragger - A noise making instrument, the gragger is used every time

    Haman’s name is mentioned during the reading of the Megillah.

    Haman - King Ahasuerus’ advisor who didn’t like the Jews of ancient

    Persia.

    Haman Leading Mordechai - Haman is made to lead Mordechai

    through the capital city, an honor for Mordechai and a shame for Ha-

    man.

    Hamantaschen - Triangle shaped cookies filled with a variety of sweet fillings said to represent Haman’s hat or ears.

    King Ahasuerus - King of Persia.

    Megillah - A scroll.

    Mishloach Manot - Gifts of food given on Purim.

    Mordechai - One of the main people in the Book of Esther. Morde-

    chai helped save the Jews of Persia from Haman. He was said to be

    Esther’s cousin.

    Music - Purim celebrations are joyous and filled with music.

    Palace - The home and court of King Ahasuerus.

    PJ Library Book - Read Purim stories in books from the PJ Library.

    Purim Costume - It is customary to dress up in costume on Purim as

    the megillah is being read.

    Purim Feast - Food is shared and enjoyed with family friends and

    community in remembrance of Queen Esther preparing a feast for

    King Ahasuerus and Haman in the Purim story.

    Queen Esther - Cousin of Mordechai who rose to become the Queen

    of Persia.

    Shushan - Ancient city, capital of Persia in the time of the Purim story.

  • Purim Lottoproudly offering

    To play, print out the deck of picture cards and at least one game board for each player.

    Each player needs 8 dried beans or pennies to mark their board, and a game board (which shows 8 pictures).

    Someone picks cards from the deck (it can be the teacher, or the players can take turns picking a card),

    and if a player has that picture on their board, they cover it with a penny or a dried bean.

    The winner is the first person to cover 4 pictures in a row horizontally. The winner calls out “Lotto!”

    Haman leading Mordechai

    Hamantaschen Gragger

    Music

    Purim Jester

    Purim MasksPJ Library Book

    Mordechai

  • Purim Words

    Gragger - A noise making instrument, the gragger is used every time

    Haman’s name is mentioned during the reading of the Megillah.

    Haman - King Ahasuerus’ advisor who didn’t like the Jews of ancient

    Persia.

    Haman Leading Mordechai - Haman is made to lead Mordechai

    through the capital city, an honor for Mordechai and a shame for Ha-

    man.

    Hamantaschen - Triangle shaped cookies filled with a variety of sweet fillings said to represent Haman’s hat or ears.

    King Ahasuerus - King of Persia.

    Megillah - A scroll.

    Mishloach Manot - Gifts of food given on Purim.

    Mordechai - One of the main people in the Book of Esther. Morde-

    chai helped save the Jews of Persia from Haman. He was said to be

    Esther’s cousin.

    Music - Purim celebrations are joyous and filled with music.

    Palace - The home and court of King Ahasuerus.

    PJ Library Book - Read Purim stories in books from the PJ Library.

    Purim Costume - It is customary to dress up in costume on Purim as

    the megillah is being read.

    Purim Feast - Food is shared and enjoyed with family friends and

    community in remembrance of Queen Esther preparing a feast for

    King Ahasuerus and Haman in the Purim story.

    Queen Esther - Cousin of Mordechai who rose to become the Queen

    of Persia.

    Shushan - Ancient city, capital of Persia in the time of the Purim story.

  • Purim Lottoproudly offering

    To play, print out the deck of picture cards and at least one game board for each player.

    Each player needs 8 dried beans or pennies to mark their board, and a game board (which shows 8 pictures).

    Someone picks cards from the deck (it can be the teacher, or the players can take turns picking a card),

    and if a player has that picture on their board, they cover it with a penny or a dried bean.

    The winner is the first person to cover 4 pictures in a row horizontally. The winner calls out “Lotto!”

    Haman leading Mordechai

    Queen Esther

    Megillah

    Purim MaskHappy Purim

    Purim Masks

    Mishloach ManotPalace

    Shushan

  • Purim Words

    Gragger - A noise making instrument, the gragger is used every time

    Haman’s name is mentioned during the reading of the Megillah.

    Haman - King Ahasuerus’ advisor who didn’t like the Jews of ancient

    Persia.

    Haman Leading Mordechai - Haman is made to lead Mordechai

    through the capital city, an honor for Mordechai and a shame for Ha-

    man.

    Hamantaschen - Triangle shaped cookies filled with a variety of sweet fillings said to represent Haman’s hat or ears.

    King Ahasuerus - King of Persia.

    Megillah - A scroll.

    Mishloach Manot - Gifts of food given on Purim.

    Mordechai - One of the main people in the Book of Esther. Morde-

    chai helped save the Jews of Persia from Haman. He was said to be

    Esther’s cousin.

    Music - Purim celebrations are joyous and filled with music.

    Palace - The home and court of King Ahasuerus.

    PJ Library Book - Read Purim stories in books from the PJ Library.

    Purim Costume - It is customary to dress up in costume on Purim as

    the megillah is being read.

    Purim Feast - Food is shared and enjoyed with family friends and

    community in remembrance of Queen Esther preparing a feast for

    King Ahasuerus and Haman in the Purim story.

    Queen Esther - Cousin of Mordechai who rose to become the Queen

    of Persia.

    Shushan - Ancient city, capital of Persia in the time of the Purim story.

  • Purim Lottoproudly offering

    To play, print out the deck of picture cards and at least one game board for each player.

    Each player needs 8 dried beans or pennies to mark their board, and a game board (which shows 8 pictures).

    Someone picks cards from the deck (it can be the teacher, or the players can take turns picking a card),

    and if a player has that picture on their board, they cover it with a penny or a dried bean.

    The winner is the first person to cover 4 pictures in a row horizontally. The winner calls out “Lotto!”

    Queen EstherMusic

    Megillah Purim MaskPurim Costume

    Purim Jester

    Mishloach Manot

    Shushan

  • Purim Words

    Gragger - A noise making instrument, the gragger is used every time

    Haman’s name is mentioned during the reading of the Megillah.

    Haman - King Ahasuerus’ advisor who didn’t like the Jews of ancient

    Persia.

    Haman Leading Mordechai - Haman is made to lead Mordechai

    through the capital city, an honor for Mordechai and a shame for Ha-

    man.

    Hamantaschen - Triangle shaped cookies filled with a variety of sweet fillings said to represent Haman’s hat or ears.

    King Ahasuerus - King of Persia.

    Megillah - A scroll.

    Mishloach Manot - Gifts of food given on Purim.

    Mordechai - One of the main people in the Book of Esther. Morde-

    chai helped save the Jews of Persia from Haman. He was said to be

    Esther’s cousin.

    Music - Purim celebrations are joyous and filled with music.

    Palace - The home and court of King Ahasuerus.

    PJ Library Book - Read Purim stories in books from the PJ Library.

    Purim Costume - It is customary to dress up in costume on Purim as

    the megillah is being read.

    Purim Feast - Food is shared and enjoyed with family friends and

    community in remembrance of Queen Esther preparing a feast for

    King Ahasuerus and Haman in the Purim story.

    Queen Esther - Cousin of Mordechai who rose to become the Queen

    of Persia.

    Shushan - Ancient city, capital of Persia in the time of the Purim story.

  • Purim Lottoproudly offering

    To play, print out the deck of picture cards and at least one game board for each player.

    Each player needs 8 dried beans or pennies to mark their board, and a game board (which shows 8 pictures).

    Someone picks cards from the deck (it can be the teacher, or the players can take turns picking a card),

    and if a player has that picture on their board, they cover it with a penny or a dried bean.

    The winner is the first person to cover 4 pictures in a row horizontally. The winner calls out “Lotto!”

    Queen EstherPurim Girl

    Purim JesterPJ Library BookMishloach ManotPalace

    Mordechai

    Mishloach Manot

    Shushan

  • Purim Words

    Grag