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IsraelQuest: Challenge One

Embark on an exciting and challenging quest while you solve puzzles and explore Israel’s most popular locations!

IsraelQuest: Challenge One Curriculum Guide logo

Explore the locations:

  • Ben Gurion Airport
  • The Dead Sea
  • Caesarea
  • Mt. Hermon
  • Jerusalem
  • Tel Aviv
  • Eilat
  • The Negev
  • The Kinneret
  • Masada

IsraelQuest: Challenge One has 10 clues. The game is available in Standard, Pro, and Junior versions, and can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively.

The Curriculum Guide provides background information about the modern State of Israel, to be used in any setting when running a program about Israel, and an activity page and answer guide that can be used in both formal and informal settings to engage students in discussion about Israel.

NOTE: During the “Swords of Iron” war in Israel, we are currently allowing you to download the Curriculum Guide & Activity Sheets for IsraelQuest: Challenge One entirely for free.

HolidayQuest: High Holidays Unlocked

Unlock your way through the High Holidays as you solve puzzles and tackle challenges surrounding these special Jewish holidays!

Learn about:

  • Shofar
  • Simanim (signs)
  • The Fast of Gedalya
  • Tashlich
  • Teshuva/Tefilla/Tzedakah (repentence, prayer, and charity)
  • Avinu Malkeinu
  • Birkat Kohanim (the Priestly Blessing)
  • Shabbat Shuva
  • Erev Yom Kippur
  • Yom Kippur

HolidayQuest: High Holidays Unlocked has 10 clues. The game is available in Standard, Pro, and Junior versions, and can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively.

The High Holidays Curriculum Guide consists of four pages of information on the major themes of the High Holidays, all of which appear in HolidayQuest: High Holidays Unlocked, and an activity page and accompanying answer sheets.

HolidayQuest: Chanukah Lights

Solve puzzles and tackle challenges as you explore the eight days of Chanukah! Can you reveal the hidden secrets of the Chanukah lights…?

Learn about:

  • Potato Latkes
  • The Chanukiah (Menorah)
  • Chanukah Music
  • Chanukah Gelt
  • The Maccabees
  • Olive Oil
  • Dreidels
  • Suganiyot (jelly donuts)

HolidayQuest: Chanukah Lights has 10 clues. The game is available in Standard, Pro, and Junior versions, and can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively.

HolidayQuest: Chanukah Lights is available in English and in Hebrew.

The Chanukah Curriculum Guide includes background information about Chanukah, as well as specific information about the major themes of Chanukah that are the focus of HolidayQuest: Chanukah Lights, as well as an activity page and answer sheet that can be used as the basis of a Chanukah trivia game, or in a variety of other ways.

ParshaQuest: Breisheet

Unlock the book of Breisheet (Genesis) as you solve puzzles and uncover hidden secrets of the weekly Parsha!

ParshaQuest: Activity sheets and online game Available Now

Learn about:

  • Breisheet
  • Noach
  • Lech Lecha
  • Vayeira
  • Chayei Sarah
  • Toldot
  • Vayeitzei
  • Vayishlach
  • Vayeishev
  • Mikeitz
  • Vayigash
  • Vayechi

ParshaQuest: Breisheet has 12 clues. The game is available in Standard and Junior versions, and can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively.

There is a ParshaQuest Activity Page available for each Parsha in ParshaQuest: Breisheet.

Each ParshaQuest Activity Page features a brief summary of the Parsha, 25 questions about the Parsha, and the Parsha Riddle of the Week. The 25 questions are divided into 5 categories and can be used in the classroom in a variety of ways, including classroom or informal games (e.g. Jeopardy-style and other trivia games), classroom work, as homework assignments, or quizzes.

ParshaQuest: Sh'mot

Unlock the book of Sh’mot (Exodus) as you solve puzzles and uncover hidden secrets of the weekly Parsha!

Learn about:

  • Sh’mot
  • Va’era
  • Bo
  • B’Shalach
  • Yitro
  • Mishpatim
  • Teruma
  • Tetzave
  • Ki Tisa
  • Vayakhel
  • Pekudei

There is a ParshaQuest Activity Page available for each Parsha in ParshaQuest: Sh’mot.

Each ParshaQuest Activity Page features a brief summary of the Parsha, 25 questions about the Parsha, and the Parsha Riddle of the Week. The 25 questions are divided into 5 categories and can be used in the classroom in a variety of ways, including classroom or informal games (e.g. Jeopardy-style and other trivia games), classroom work, as homework assignments, or quizzes.

Coming soon: The ParshaQuest: Sh’mot game!

ParshaQuest: Sh’mot will have 11 clues. The game will be available in Standard and Junior versions, and can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively.