Resources

Welcome To The Resources Zone

Zone Location: Ground Floor

The Resources zone teaches us about the resources available in everyday life, we need to manage them wisely. This space will focus on three key resources: time, money and nutrition. “Resource” means a material or component of the environment that can be used. A resource can be natural or artificial, material or abstract; Time, money, natural resources, the raw material for food and like items. The Hebrew language has many sayings that seek to clarify which resources are limited, for example: “Time is a short and daunting task”, “Every drop counts” and others.

Did You Know?!

Western theater was created in ancient Greece in the fifth century BC. At the time only male actors were allowed on stage.
The countries with the largest number of connecting borders are both Russia and China. Each border 14 other countries.
Most of the stuff we learn in the first four years in school life remain in our memories.
Text on Israeli banknotes and coins appear in three languages: Hebrew, Arabic and English.
The food we eat stays in our digestive system for 16 to 35 hours until discharge.
The average milk yield of the Israeli cow is the highest in the world: 11 thousand liters per year.
The familiar version of cherry tomatoes were developed by Israeli researchers.
The human brain is made of 85% water.
The New Israeli Shekel replaced the old shekel on the 4th of September 1985.
Israeli Couscous is an Israeli invention during the austerity era. The company "OSEM" invented them in 1951 at the request of David Ben-Gurion, who wanted to develop a wheat-based substitute for rice, which at the time was only available sparingly.
The 24-hour day was first introduced about 4,000 years ago the ancient Egyptians.
Alarm clocks have been around since the ancient Greeks. Plato, for example, used a clock that produced sound through water.
The world's largest clock is in Saudi Arabia. It stands 600 meters high and can be seen from a distance of 25 kilometers.
The four notches grooved into the two-shekel coin is designed to help the blind population. If it were a clock, the slots would be located at 12:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00.
Euro banknotes display bridges and windows of various architectural styles. They are arranged chronologically according to the value of the note, and symbolize the unity and transparency of the European Union.
The first credit card was invented in 1950 by Frank McNamara, who was a founder of the first independent credit card company "Diners Club".
The food that we eat stays in our digestive system for 16 to 36 hours before being discharged.
The background on which appears the image of God in the painting "Creation of Man" by Michelangelo, adorning the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, is in the form of a precise anatomical cross-section of the human brain.
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Facilities in Resources zone

Nutritional Tetri

A healthy diet is based on familiarity with the different food groups and balanced eating every day. Our body's essential food groups are: fruits - red, grain – orange, vegetables - green, proteins (dairy products, meat, fish, beans, eggs) - violet, and water-white.

The Soft Zone

The objective of this area is to practice planning capabilities. If we plan our day better we can achieve better results.

Food Classification

In order for diets to be healthy, we need to recognize the different food groups essential to our bodies and eat them on a daily basis, in a balanced way.

Money Track

The objective is to learn where money comes from, how to make money, what the bank is and what can be done with the money we make. The Bank was invented in the late 16th century to allow people to save the money they earned. In everyday life, the trick is not just to make money, but also to use it wisely, so that we ...

Game Against The Clock

The objective is to learn the importance of time by playing against the clock. To manage our schedule efficiently and orderly, people created artificial tools to measure time, clocks used to measure seconds, minutes and hours. Throughout history, man has invented various kinds of watches such as a sundial, hourglass, water clock, analog clock (circles) and a digital clock.

Cash Register

The objective is to test some of the objects that the player can buy with a budget and through barter. Barter is the world's oldest form of trade and means replacement of goods and services for other goods and services. Nowadays bartering has greatly been abandoned and replaced with currency and banknotes.

Enough Time To Leave The House On Time

Time is a continuation of the events of the past to the future or the past duration between events. Time can be measured in seconds, minutes, hours, days, months or years. To this end, various instruments are used, e.g. clock or stopwatch. In our daily life, there are many activities that we have to perform in a given time frame, failure to comply with the ...