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Educational Programs

The Yad LaYeled museum was established to commemorate the Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust, and to create an experiential encounter between young visitors and the world of children their age who lived in that dark time.

 

A visit to the museum reveals the stories of those children, by means of audio listening stations, videotapes of personal testimonies, and 3-D sets displaying photo images and authentic artifacts.

Educational Programs

The Yad LaYeled museum was established to commemorate the Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust, and to create an experiential encounter between young visitors and the world of children their age who lived in that dark time.
A visit to the museum reveals the stories of those children, by means of audio listening stations, videotapes of personal testimonies, and 3-D sets displaying photo images and authentic artifacts.

Workshops: Expression through Creativity

Scheduled group visits to Yad LaYeled include workshops for expression through creativity in the following arts and media: drama, visual arts, music, creative writing, and journalism

Additional Activities

“We Became Guests in the Land Where We Were Born,” People and Landscapes of the Western Galilee, Young Artists Creating at Yad LaYeled, activities for summer day camps, and more…

Activities for Holidays and Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Bar/Bat Mitzvah activity for class groups and families.
Holiday activity programs: Rosh Hashana/Sukkot, Chanukah, Passover, Holocaust Remembrance Day, summer vacation.

“Theatre in the Museum” Program

The “Theatre in the Museum” program, which puts emphasis on the availability of the content and the themes of the museum to visitors through theatre, was recently launched at the Yad LaYeled museum. The program is geared for visitors from the upper elementary and middle school levels, as well as the general public, including soldiers, senior citizens, teachers and pre-service teachers.

The Path of Music and Remembrance

Yad Layeled would like to invite schools with a music program for a visit to the museum with a focus on musical instruments, musicians and composers during the Holocaust. The program includes a tour of the museum and workshops.