Minecraft Judaism - Israeli Nature and Community

While winter may be chilly in some parts of the United States and Canada, spring is in bloom in Israel. Come on an Israel adventure in spring, where we will learn about Tu BiShvat, explore the Bahai Gardens, barter in the shuk and build your own kibbutz.

birthday-cake 8 - 12 year olds
users 4 - 10 learners per meeting
clock-o 60 min per meeting
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Course Details


Tu BiShvat
-learn why we celebrate Tu BiShvat
-experience the holiday through collecting tree saplings and planting them, to grow more trees.
-play a game of hide ‘n’ seek in the forest
-build your own tree house

Bahai Gardens
-take in the incredible gardens while gathering flowers to win a challenge game
-learn about multiculturalism in Israel
-play in Minecraft survival mode, where you collect resources to maintain health

-explore our virtual recreation of Shuk HaCarmel in Tel Aviv
-play “shuk schlep” a puzzle game where you will barter with shopkeepers for the pieces
-build your own shuk stall - what will you sell?

-learn about communal settlements and their history in Israel
-collaborate to build a kibbutz
-cooperate to make the community successful

Supply List

Computer, laptop, android tablet, ipad, or mobile phone. Chromebooks and consoles (switch/xbox) do not work for this programming. Headphones if learning in the same room as others.

Minecraft software (Minecraft Education Edition or trial software does not work for these programs, you must have Java or Bedrock) downloaded from Google Play Store, Apple App Store or minecraft.net. Have login credentials for Microsoft and Minecraft handy for the first session. 


Roi Gil (He/Him)
Roi Gil
Roi Gil provides educational content about Judaism through the exciting world of Minecraft. Roi does this through visiting replicas of Israeli locations in Minecraft, learning about the holidays through insightful discussions and games, and ensuring the kids are engaged in the content. Roi grew up in Israel, so he is always able to add fun facts about the tours he takes the kids on, or the holidays they mention. Even after moving away from Israel, Roi has been involved in the Jewish community, partaking in the Israeli scouts for 5 years before joining Lost Tribe.
Kennedy Brown
Kennedy Brown
An inquisitive, empathetic individual who has the desire to learn and discover who she is through education and experience.