Aleph Bet/ Aleph Beis Hebrew "BUMP" or Matching Game (Scarecrow Theme)

Teaching Rx
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Grade Levels
K - 5th, Homeschool
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Pages
57 pages
$6.50
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*** Product was revised Sept. 17, 2018***

Whether you call it aleph bet, alef bet, or aleph beis, Sephardic and Ashkenazic students learn rapidly with this activity and have fun while they do. It's engaging, effective, and fun!!

This contains 2 sets of complete game boards to play the a cover-up matching game, (similar to BINGO) but players can 'bump' another player's pieces off the board as they try to win. Print wither the colored or black and white versions. No stress with this; the boards are differentiates with either 4, 8, or 12 letters per board.

Each game board has super-cute scarecrow or autumn-themed clip art, in fall colors, on each game board.

How do you get a 6th grade boy to learn the Hebrew alphabet when he never had a single Hebrew class? You play this Hebrew Bump game with him at every tutoring session, progressing along the alphabet as he learns more and more letters. That's what I did with my student, and he loved playing this game!

Includes:

  • Game Directions
  • Optional paper game pieces to print
  • Optional spinners in color
  • Optional die cube template
  • 8 colored game boards, each with 4 Hebrew letters at a time (great for differentiation)
  • 7 colored game boards, each with 8 Hebrew letters at a time (great for review)
  • 6 colored game boards, each with 12 Hebrew letters (great for review and moving ahead at a faster pace when differentiating instruction)
  • 8 black and white game boards, each with four letters
  • Optional spinners in black and white
  • Optional die cube template in black and white
  • 1 BONUS blank game board for you to customize by filling in, to further help differentiate instruction

Budget-friendly:

You can print all the game boards, game pieces, instructions, and spinner or die right from the file. Everything can be kept in a file folder or large envelope and kept neatly in your centers.

Print the colored version for school use and higher budgets.

Print the black and white version for homework practice or a low-budget options. Let students color in their own game boards to personalize them.

(Skills: alef beis, alef bais, kriyah, kriya, kria, keriya, keriyah,)

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