GIFT Giving Videos

View a range of educational and entertaing videos for all ages and stages!



Staying calm and cool in isolation (Duration 32 minutes)

Staying calm and cool in isolation (Duration 32 minutes)

Can we choose not to get anrgy? Does it make a difference either way?

In this session Rabbi Zeidman gives tips on how to stay calm and cool in isolation

 

Age groups: Year 6 to Adult!

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Putting effort into Giving (Duration - 11 minutes)

Putting effort into Giving (Duration - 11 minutes)

In this session Rabbi Zeidman looks into Quality vs Effort -which is the best?

Age groups:Year 3 - Year 6

You can also go to the 'Card Making' tab and dowload any of the cards, print, colour, photograph, and email back to education@jgift.org and we will send to a grateful recipient on your behalf. (Alternatively you can post them out yourself to people you know)

 

To view the interactive version of this video with pauses and online questions click here:

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5ec2944095301e3f0848c10b

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Being Good or just Looking Good? (Duration - 35 minutes)

Being Good or just Looking Good? (Duration - 35 minutes)

Is my giving real or am I just trying to 'look good'

Age groups Year 6 - Year 9

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Food wastage (Duration - 31minutes)

Food wastage (Duration - 31minutes)

What are our responsibilities in using the world correctly?

Age groups: Year 5 - Year 9

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Pesach Presentation (Duration - 44 minutes)

Pesach Presentation (Duration - 44 minutes)

What is the connection between 'giving' and Pesach?!

Age group: Secondary school

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Looking at life through the right lense (Duration - 35 minutes)

Looking at life through the right lense (Duration - 35 minutes)

Sometimes we can choose how we see things in life. Make sure we are viewing life through 'giving' lenses.

Ages Year 6 - Year 9

You can also go to the 'Other activities & Resources' tab and download in English or Hebrew a colour in version of the 'eye chart' to stick on your wall

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