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  • To create added value products and services to complement with the existing brands and abilitiesFocus on sales and procurement – getting more out of the existing clientsGetting new clients in various scenarios (talk about the scenarios)Challenges in present world – economy. Ethics (compliance), second generation clients, personalization in current culture.To keep focus on our missionTo expand our USPs globallyTo constantly develop new competitive advantagesMore of the same vs. explore new areas?
  • Moadonit booklet 2013 ppt

    1. 1. 1 Another volunteer year is starting... This year, we have many special ideas that can help you plan your visit at the Moadonit! Let’s show our Kenes volunteer spirit and break the volunteering record of last year! Recycling KnowledgeFun Skills
    2. 2. Moadonit Activities Booklet CSR 2013-2014
    3. 3. 3 Table of content Recycling KnowledgeFun Skills Learning English………..4 Internet Safety…………..5 Holiday Activities............6 Food Activities….............14 Indoor Obstacle Course..15 Green Activities……..….16
    4. 4. 4 Learning English • Activity description: The program includes an introduction to English, identifying the English Alphabet, learning to count in English, recognition of the days of the week and common words. • The program will follow a specific English Language curriculum. • Each session will also include a fun activity. Period: Once a month Contact person: Vanessa Fisher Volunteers: 2 volunteers per lesson Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling
    5. 5. 5 Internet Safety • Activity description: The program will explain to the kids how to use the internet. • How to search on the internet. Internet safety basics, strategies for a responsible and safer online life. For more ideas click here Period: Once a month Contact person: Ronit Eisenbach Volunteers: 2 volunteers per lesson Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling
    6. 6. 6 Tu B’shvat - 3D Fruits • Activity description: dimensional fruits are made from paper. You can make apples, watermelons, pears, plums, peaches, strawberries, oranges, and other great- looking fruit. They are great to hang in a window (from a curtain rod), from the ceiling, or in a mobile. • What do you need: Construction • paper, Scissors, Crayons, paint or • markers, Yarn or string, Glue (or a • stapler). Twigs or clothes hanger wire. For more ideas click here Last year activity: Planting seeds Description: Planted seeds in pots which can be decorated The activity was done by: Jessica Lasky and Avi Kletzel Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    7. 7. 7 Lag BaOmer - 3D Art • What do you need: Paper plate, Clear cellophane or a large plastic storage bag (gallon size), Permanent markers: brown, yellow, orange and red, Glue, Scissors, Yarn Decoration: buttons, feathers, pom-poms, beads, stickers, glitter, or crafts gems. • Preparation: Cut a large round hole in the middle of the paper plate. If you're using a storage bag, cut off the zipper/closing device and cut it down the sides so that you have a single rectangle of plastic instead of a bag. • Draw a bonfire on the cellophane or plastic with permanent markers. Glue the plastic to the plate so that the drawing can be seen through the hole in the middle of the plate. Decorate the edges of the plate with drawings or glue on buttons, feathers, pom-poms, beads, stickers, glitter, crafts gems, etc. • Cut or poke a hole at the top of the plate and string a piece of yarn through so you can hang it. For more ideas click here Last year activity: Lag BaOmer Activity Description: Made bonfires out of black and orange paper with plasticine The activity was done by: Shirley Raphaely, Shai Tekoa and Jessica Lasky Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    8. 8. 8 Passover • What do you need: wooden craft dowels, colored paper, recycled cereal box cardboard, orange plastic plates (for the lion), long bumpy piper cleaners for the lice legs, frog's tongue and to attach blood drops, a black permanent marker for all the details, a hole punch (for the blood drops), double stick tape, to stick it all together! • Preparation: Each of these placards are double sided with the dowel hidden between the two layers. All the pieces were attached using double stick tape. The blood drop was made by painting cereal box cardboard with a sponge, great for little ones. The frog is fun to make since you use tracings of your hands for the frog legs, and for the louse we actually looked at a photograph of a real louse, and remember to attach the legs before attaching the second layer. The lion is cute made from plates, but of course you could simply use a circle of cardboard and paint it orange, and how about adding some yarn for the mane? Enjoy! • Of course you could also use this idea as super cute spring/summer outdoor party decor, minus the lice and the blood that is! Stick your placards into the ground or into pots to welcome the guests, or make a centerpiece with them, even in a tall vase. Isn't it fun to be creative? For more ideas click here Last year activity: Passover Activity Description: Passover Hagadda coloring book (already prepared). Each kid decorated the book which was tied together with ribbon. Songs and questions related to Pesach. The activity was done by: Amy Nachon and Orit Lefkovits Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    9. 9. 9 Independence Day - Decorating cupcakes PAREV FROSTING • Ingredients: 1/3 cup margarine softened,1 teaspoon vanilla, About 3-4 cups of powdered sugar, ¼ teaspoon blue coloring gel • Preparation: Mix the margarine and the vanilla till combined. Slowly, add the powdered sugar. Using the back of a spoon or a small palette knife, spread the white frosting over each cupcake . Once all the cupcakes are frosted, add the blue coloring gel to the remaining frosting and mix well till combined, making sure there are no streaks. Use immediately, otherwise the frosting separates. Take a piping bag and a small round frosting tip. Snip the bottom of the bag with a scissors so that the tip fits snugly into the bottom of the bag, with the plastic of the bag ending no more than halfway up the tip. Fill the bag with your blue frosting. Holding the lower part of the bag with your left hand (if you’re left-handed) firmly squeeze with your • right hand from the top part of the bag • to frost two parallel lines (some of • mine aren’t too parallel!). Don’t pull the • tip across the cupcake too quickly to • ensure that the line isn’t too thin. Then • make your Magen David in the middle. • If your lines are a little too thin, pipe a • second line over them. • Makes about 16 cupcakes. Can be • frozen. For more ideas of cupcake decorating click here Last year activity: Sugar Dough Description: Read made cupcakes and frosting. Make shapes with the sugar dough using cookie cutters. Add sprinkles, food coloring etc. The activity was done by: Sidra Muoio and Vanessa Fisher Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    10. 10. 10 Family Day Activity description: Find a twig with many branches. Put a lump of clay in the bottom of a paper or Styrofoam cup. Insert the twig securely so that it remains upright. Cut out big leaves from the green construction paper. Each leaf will represent a person in the child's family and should be big enough to write that person's name on the leaf. Cut enough leaves for each of the child's siblings, parents, and grandparents (or more!).Write the name of each person on their leaf. You might want to include the relative's relationship to the child, like "Grandma Joan Smith." Punch a hole on the end of each leaf. Tie the leaves to the tree. The child's generation goes at the top of the tree, the parents at the second level, and the grandparents at the bottom. For an alternative project, use photos, and paste them on the leaves. Or use cut-outs of leaves, fruit (like apples), and/or flowers to represent the people. For more information about dirt cake click here Last year activity: Dirt Cake Description: Take a small plastic container (cottage cheese or yoghurt container) mix chocolate pudding and cookies You can get super-creative with this tasty cake by adding marshmallows, edible flowers, snake candies etc. You can also decorate the container with butterflies. The activity was done by: Liraz Bregman, Rachel Chinkis and Talia Solomons Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    11. 11. 11 Shavuot - Flower Paper Crown What do you need: Colored construction paper, Scissors, Stapler, Scotch Tape, Glue. Preparation: Cut out a very long strip of construction paper 2 inches (about 5 centimeters) wide. It should wrap around the child's head, leaving a little extra room for stapling. Cut different shapes of flowers in different sizes and colors. Cut many green leaves. Staple a small flower on medium flower and then on a large flower. Surround with leaves. Staple each flower on the long strip that will fit on the head. Cover the staples on the inside of the crown with Scotch tape so they will not scratch the head or if you want to be extra careful, glue the flowers and the leaves. Careful when you place the flowers and leaves so they will not cover the kids' eyes or face. Place them so they are not going too far out of the bottom of the crown. Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    12. 12. 12 Chanukah – Star Of David Photo Frame Commemorate Hanukkah with this Star Of David Photo Frame craft to do with your kids - it's fun to display or send as a gift to grandparents and family! Remember to sign and date the back of the star - you could laminate first if you want to protect it for prosperity. What do you need (for 2 frames): Two photos, White craft foam Blue craft foam (ideally sticky backed – but you can use glue instead), Ribbon, Glue. Instructions for 2 frames: From the blue foam cut two triangles the same size. Cut the middle from each triangle so you are left with a frame. Stick or glue a frame to each photo. Remember to have one where the triangle points up and the other with the triangle pointing down. Cut off the excess photos. Back each triangle with white foam, again trimming off any extra foam. Glue the two triangles together to form a ‘ Star of David’ . Make a hole in the top point and thread through some ribbon to hang. For more ideas click here Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    13. 13. 13 Purim - Noise Maker out of recycled cups What do you Need: Plastic cups, any size, clear works well too! Electrical Tape (my favorite new crafting supply) Beans to fill the cup, Gold stickers, A popsicle stick (you can make these without the handle too), Hot glue gun or other tacky glue How-To: Fill one of the cups about 1/4 full with dried beans or anything else you have on hand that will make noise when shaken. Attach the popsicle stick to one cup with hot glue, and then join two cups together with hot glue. My new hot glue gun is so hot it melted the cup the first go around, so use the hot glue sparingly. Decorate the cups with electrical tape and stickers. Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Holiday Activities
    14. 14. 14 Pasta Picture What you need: Pasta, strong wood glue, cardboard or gift box. Activity: There are so many great ways to get your pasta working for you! Animal cut out - let your child draw a large animal or similar on the cardboard. Help them to cut it out and then squirt or paint glue all over the cut out. Position the pasta on the glue before it dries. Name plate - write your child's name in large block letters on the cardboard, help your child to cut this out and then cover with glue. Position the pasta to cover it completely before it dries. Draw and fill in - encourage your child to draw something that will be fun to fill in with pasta shapes. For example - a huge race track or a big pond with surrounding plants and flowers. Next position the pasta to cover it completely before it dries. For more ideas click here Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Last year activity: Chocolate balls made with broken biscuits and decorated with different toppings. Chef Hats: made out of paper The activity was done by: Ira Kholmyansky, Daniella Wizen, Judit Gondor, Noah Freilich Food Activities
    15. 15. 15 Indoor Obstacle Course Activity description: As you design your obstacle course, keep in mind the ages, abilities, and number of children involved as well as the space you have. Make the course simple at first and change the stations as they're mastered. If you like, time the kids to see who can complete the course fastest. Below are a few ideas to get you started. Ten stations is a good number for most kids. Directions: Crawl under or over a row of chairs. Crawl under a string stretched between two chair legs. Jump into and out of a Hula-Hoop five times. Walk on a balance board. Throw a beanbag into a laundry basket. Run while balancing a beanbag on your head. Do a ring toss. Somersault from one point to another. Do a handstand. Skip in place while reciting a jump rope rhyme. Do ten jumping jacks. For more ideas click here Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Last year activity: Treasure Hunt Description: Different clues and activities were hidden around the Moadonit . The activity was done by: Naama Itzchaky and Gal Verner
    16. 16. 16 Penguin Toilet Paper Roll Craft Activity description: Penguin made out of toilet paper roll. What do you need: a toilet paper roll, a printer, something to color with, scissors, glue, paper Instructions: Print out the template of choice. Color the pieces as appropriate and cut them out. Glue the large rectangular piece around the toilet paper tube. Glue on the white "bib". Glue on the black wings Fold the beak on the dotted line and glue the bottom half to the tube. Fold the feet and glue the tabs to the inside of the tube. Glue on the eyes and the bow/ bowtie depending on whether you want a girl or a boy. Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Last year activity: Fish Mobile Description : Fish made out of old CD discs stuck together and then fin, tail and mouth added with colored paper. The activity was done by: Miriam Weil, Liat Shefer Zakai and Orlit Yossef Green Activities
    17. 17. 17 Activity using egg cups CATERPILLAR Separate 4, 5, or 6 cups from an egg carton. Using the point of a scissors, an adult should make 2 small holes at one end for the antennae. Insert pipe cleaners for the antennae. Add eyes, a mouth, and decorate. SPIDER Separate one cup from an egg carton. Using the point of a scissors, an adult should make 8 small holes (4 on each side) at the base of the cup. Insert a pipe cleaner into each of the holes for legs. Draw a face and decorate the body. For more ideas click here Skills Knowledge Fun Recycling Last year activity: Window Decorations Description : Cut out shapes from cellophane or material and then they were stuck on contact paper. Great for sticking on windows. Shapes can be cut out according to chagim, e.g. clown for Purim, Chanukiah etc. The activity was done by: Francesca Starr and Anna Varsanyi Green Activities