Saying “Happy Purim” the emoji way
The definition of an emoji, according to Google, is “a small digital image or icon used to express an idea or emotion in electronic communication”.
All the children decorated their groggers or ra’ashanim for Purim with an emoji of their choice using the following method:
- Each child was given a yellow paper plate. These plates were folded in half.
- They were then given lots of coloured paper which they cut out to make eyes, noses, glasses, moustaches, hearts etc. to bring their emoji to life.
- Once they had stuck their decorations on, they stapled the corners of the fold, filled the plate with rice and stapled the openings together.