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39 MELACHOT By: Shoshana Behar
1.SOWING Putting seeds into the ground to plant them.
2. PLOWING To turn up the earth on an area on land with a plow.
3. REAPING Pulling out the wheat from the ground.
4. BINDING SHEAVES Binding the wheat together.
5. THRESHING Banging the wheat on the ground To take out the seeds.
6. WINNOWING Throwing the seeds of the wheat In the air with something Under it and see witch seeds are ready.
7. SELECTING Selecting the wheat to use.
8. GRINDING Grinding the seeds.
9. SIFTING Shaking the fine flour and see if the big ones are on the top and grind those ones again.
10. KNEADING Kneading the bread.
11. BAKING Baking the bread.
MAKING MATERIAL CURTAINS
12. SHEARING WOOL Taking the wool of the sheep.
13. CLEANING Cleaning the wool.
14. COMBING Combing the wool
15. DYEING Dyeing the wool a Different color.
16. SPINNING Spinning the wool.
17. STRETCHING THE THREADS Stretching out the threads.
18. MAKING LOOPS Making loops in the Loom so that you can Weave the wool.
19. WEAVING THREADS Weave the threads into The way you want to make it.
20. SEPARATING THE THREADS Separating the threads so that you can tie a knot.
21. TYING A KNOT Make a knot from the string you have made.
22. UNTYING A KNOT Untying a knot from the knot you Just made.
23. SEWING Sewing the string you have Been working on making.
24. TEARING Tearing the wool.
MAKING LEATHER CURTAINS
25. TRAPPING Trapping the animal.
26. SLAUGHTERING Slaughtering the animal.
27. SKINNING Skinning the animal.
28. SALTING Soak it in salt water.
29. TANNING Tanning the skin.
30. SCRAPING Scraping…
31. CUTTING Cutting the wool.
MAKING THE BEAMS OF THE MISHKAN
32. WRITING Ummmmmm…
THE PUTTING UP AND TAKING DOWN OF THE MISHKAN
35. BREAKING DOWN
THE MISHKAN'S FINAL TOUCHES
36. EXTINGUISHING A FIRE
37. KINDLING A FIRE
38. STRIKING THE FINAL HAMMER BLOW
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