We did chalk outlines of ourselves, labelling the different parts (this is my heart, I like playing soccer with my feet, etc...) and discussing how our bodies need to be respected. We made trail mix, played human foosball, drew with crayons, decorated with stickers and had a goofy fashion show.
The idea behind the fashion show was that we would dress in our goofiest outfits. In addition to playing on the hebrew word for body, we were also able to tie in a respect and understanding about those with physical, outward diversity.
It may have just been an excuse to wear my helmet.
That stands for my name (in Hebrew). It's also the abbreviation for the words for homework in Hebrew, and the name of some elite part of the Israeli army.