1/10 of an eipha. How much is an eipha, Chana would like to know.
I google it in English. No results. I google it in Hebrew. Vikidictionary tells me an eipha is 3 se'as (se'im). At this point I'm thinking I might have seen this in the Stone Chumash. It's not.
I also remember a rashi that had all of these amounts, somewhere in Shmos. Chana didn't process it because she was disliking math at that time. Back to google.co.il
Vikipedia has a list of measurements, volumes and weights in halacha. A se'ah is 6 kavim. A kav is 4 lugim and a lug is 6 eggs. And I heard of an egg. So very roughly an eipha is 300 eggs (unless my arithmetic is off, totally possible, just let me know and I'll edit) and 1/10 of that is 30 egg-ish.
Naturally, Chana is not interested in the answer anymore.
Something I've been thinking about (we are in shishi of Vayikra) is that I don't think that Chana is really getting all these different korbanos. She's getting ok at translating, but seeing it as a whole, and seeing the different types of korbanos--I'm not sure how much she's getting the bigger picture. So I was thinking about some sort of project. Maybe drawing pictures of each category. Maybe making a table or chart.
I suggested it to Chana and she was extremely against it. She said she understands it all, and if she doesn't, she asks me. But I don't think her being able to technically translate it actually means she understands it.
All of my suggestions sounded not fun and annoying to her.
Finally I suggested some type of game, maybe a matching game. She was fairly amenable to that but I don't think she wants to do it--maybe she would be willing to play it if I would do it. I really want to think of some type of enjoyable activity that would help her process the information and categorize it.