Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? - Aleph/alef Bet Activity

Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity
Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity
Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity
Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity
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This product is a 4 page / 8-cards-per-page version of my very popular, original activity found here: Hebrew Alphabet I Have, Who Has?

In this 8 card version, the entire alphabet is printed on just 4 pages. And, I offer the choice of two sets - straight framed cards or squiggly framed cards in this product. Both are shown in the thumbnail photos.

Hebrew is easy to learn when it is fun, and this activity is very fun! All students have a turn to identify a Hebrew letter on their card and ask someone else to identify a different Hebrew letter. Use this as practice, review, or assessment for the whole class.

The activity is designed as an on-going learning activity, as students learn more and more Hebrew letters, until the last letter is learned. It's a great culmination activity, too, played after all the letters are learned.

Since there are no pictures on the cards, they are generic, not limited to a specific age group, holiday, or season. Preschool and high school students will both enjoy this activity.
"Hebrew Alphabet - I Have Who Has?" can be used by foreign language teachers, Hebrew Day School teachers, Hebrew School teachers, ‎preK teachers, and those who home school.

Your students will love this activity so much that they'll want to complete the next step - "I Have. Who Has?" with Kamatz and patach vowels: I Have Who Has - Hebrew Kriyah activity for KAMATZ and PATACH

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"Hebrew Alphabet I have…Who has?" has become my class’ favorite activity. I watch the children’s faces and see how empowered they have become, not only learning Hebrew, but reading real English sight words on the cards as well. They feel so successful and it’s very apparent!” – Morah Chana, Preschool Educator/Director, Arizona

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Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity
Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity
Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity
Hebrew Alphabet I Have Who Has? -  Aleph/alef Bet Activity