The King’s Feast




  • Chocolate bars
  • Crown
  • Plastic knives and forks



  1. Ask the children to sit in a circle.
  2. In the center of the circle, place a chair with a crown, fork, knife and chocolate bar wrapped in gift paper.
  3. Ask the children to roll a dice in turns.
  4. If someone gets a 6, he goes to the center of the circle, puts the crown and starts opening the package and eats chocolate with the fork and knife.
  5. But in the meantime, the dice continues to circulate… and another child can have a 6 at any time and come and take his place. (Each new participant changes the knife and fork.)
  6. The game stops when the chocolate bar is eaten!
  7. Tell the children that in the story of the day, there was a queen, Esther, who regularly went to feasts.



  • You can repeat the game with another chocolate bar, the children will volunteer to continue the activity!
  • In the end, you can give chocolate to those who didn’t get a 6 and couldn’t enjoy it!


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