10 Sets of Purim Activity for all family - Create a Vashti and Esther Flag -Large (15.5''x10'')- for Feminist Reading of the Megillah
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New ritual for Purim - wave a Purim flag! Vashti and Esther flag illustrates a feminist reading of Megillat Esther - a story of complexity and contrasts - good and bad, active and passive, women and men, Rebellion and obedience, Disaster and redemption. Wave the flag whenever the names of Esther and Vashti are mentioned.
This listing - includes ten kits - for friends or family members
<> For large events - contact us for a quote. <> We will customize your Purim flag with logo of your organization, date of event, etc.
Each kits contains 7 A4 pages and 2 cardboard pieces:
• 1 page of instructions. • 3 pages of flag coloring template - ready to color and then assemble. • 3 pages of colored flag - ready to assemble. • 2 cardboard pieces 10''X1.5'' (21X3 cm) for a handle - ready to assemble.
Each kit includes two activity options:
- Coloring pages (outlines only) - color your own flag, think about how the colors reflects the complexity of Megillat Esther. Enjoy a great meditative time of coloring. When coloring is completed - follow the instructions to assemble your flag. This activity might take 1 hour or more.
- Colorful pages - follow the instructions to assemble your flag. for a much quicker activity. 15-30 minutes - depends on age an skills.
The flag pattern is an illustration of two human profiles facing each other, inspired by the enigmatic sequence of events, and changing balance of power between men and women, Jews and gentiles, in the Megillah.
Additional staff you'll need:
• Crayons, markers, etc. • Glue. • Scissors.
Final Assembled flag measures: Flag - 15.5''X5.5'' (40X14.5 cm) Handle - 10''X1.5'' (26X4 cm)
- Use this kit for Personal and Educational use only!
- Not allowed for commercial use.
- For large community events - contact us for a quote - we will customize your Purim flag with logo of your organization, date of event, etc.
** The actual tone of the printed colors may seem a bit different from the pictures, because of the differences in lighting and computer monitors.