Learn to read Hebrew with these wonderful printable readers. Your set of 5 readers includes "Boker Tov (Good Morning),' Laila Tov (Goodnight)," Ma Shimcha (What's Your Name)?" "Ma Shlomcha/Shlomech (How Are You)?" and "Shalom (hello/goodbye)." Each reader introduces Hebrew vocabulary words and has c
Learn Hebrew With Jokes - sample is a sample of the full book, Learn Hebrew With Jokes. In the sample there are twenty jokes in Hebrew together with vocabulary support and English translations. There are lots of different ways you can use them in class:As revision to illustrate a grammar point.Match
These mini printable books are a great way to introduce children to the Hebrew alphabet and lots of useful vocabulary, including food, animals, colors, and other commonly used words. Each book prints onto a single page, and assembly is super easy and super quick (less than 60 seconds)!
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This is flashcard game meant to help with the learning of Hebrew letters and vowels. This set consists of pages with English words spelled in Hebrew letters and vowels so that students can have fun learning Hebrew by figuring out words they know from every day use.
An Alef-Bet Hebrew primer that introduces the Hebrew letters and vowels by their similarities, end of word differences and vowel location. This is an incomplete beta test addition of this book that is still in production.
Children from a very young age are familiar with shapes and colors. Shapes and colors are the keys to this book. Through them, children acquire reading skills in a quick, easy and enjoyable manner.
Research shows that when learning to read Hebrew, the vowel sounds are a stumbling block for the