Materials: Bekel pieces, small rubber balls (one for each player) and a flat hard surface to play the game on.
Procedure: Separate the students in groups of five. Pass out a set of bekel pieces and one small rubber ball to each player. When the games starts the biji bekel are all held in the hand of the of one of the players and are dropped as the ball is allowed to bounce once. The second set will start is the player has successfully picked up all the bekel. During the second set the player must attempt to position the biji bekel with the pit facing up again one at a time. This must happen while the player throws the ball in the air and allows it to bounce one time. The player must attempt to turn over the bekel without moving any of the other bekel. If the player had successfully completed the last step he then picks up the biji bekel one at a time while throwing the ball in the air until he has all of the biji bekel in his hand. Hr drops them again and has to pick up the biji bekel two at a time and then three at a time, ect. Until he picks up all of the biji bekel with one sweep of the hand. He drops the pieces again and then begins the roh set. The player must try to turn over all the biji bekel so the roh side is now facing up. The player is allowed to pick up more than one group of the set number while the ball is being thrown in the air. If the player if picking up groups of two while the ball is being thrown in the air, he may then grab three groups of bekel. Grabbing a set of bekel is called cek. In order for a player to not loose their turn he must not move any of the biji bekel that he is not attempting to pick up, or to not drop any of the biji bekel in his hands. If either two of these things happen the player losses his turn. The player who completes the most sets without making a mistake is considered the winner.
Assessment:Participation on the game and group discussion after the game. Observation sheet based on level of participation on a 0-2 scale: 0-non-particpation 1-some participation 2- full participation in activity, and an anecdotal record based on behavior during activity.