Hebrew Alphabet Look-Alike Letters Memory / Go Fish Game - Clown Theme

Hebrew Alphabet Look-Alike Letters Memory / Go Fish Game - Clown Theme
Hebrew Alphabet Look-Alike Letters Memory / Go Fish Game - Clown Theme
Hebrew Alphabet Look-Alike Letters Memory / Go Fish Game - Clown Theme
Hebrew Alphabet Look-Alike Letters Memory / Go Fish Game - Clown Theme
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Players identify matching Hebrew letters while playing Memory game or Go Fish.

"Clowning Around" pages have just two similar looking "look-alike" letters per page with adorable clown clip art, great for Purim or year-round. As students progress, just print out more cards with other look-alike letters. To play, print out two copies of the same page onto card-stock until those letters are mastered. Or, print one copy of several different letters (onto card-stock and cut apart).

Pages include letter combinations of bet/vet, kaf/chaf, vet/chaf, bet/kaf, samech/mem sofit, tet/mem, hay/chet, shin/sin, taf/saf, saf/chet, vav/nun sofit, dalet/chaf sofit, tzadik/ayin, pey/fey, resh/dalet, zayin/vav, and yud/vav.

A simple game mat is provided for young students, so that they know how to lay out cards in a grid. You can easily laminate it, and add it to your learning centers or send it home; what a great summer homework activity for the family! A page of blank cards is also included to customize the game to your students' needs.

Use as a center activity or as small group work. I designed the cards to be used by Hebrew Day School teachers, Hebrew School teachers, pre-K teachers, and those who home school.

Here's what one teacher had to say -

"Usually when you play memory, there’s only one match, but in your game (Denise Urich’s), there are a couple sets of matches, and students have more chances that they’ll get a match, too. There’s not just one pair of letters and then that letter is done and gone. They have an extra chance to get a match with the same letter and the same clown. I printed and cut and rubber-banded the cards. I take all letter cards up to the Hebrew letter - chaf, for example - and have students play and match the clowns as well as the letters. I play in groups of three. They love it. It’s very challenging because I use a lot of cards! It’s set up for using 16 cards, but I use 24 or 28 cards! They really have to look to distinguish and remember which name goes with which letter. They turn it over; they get excited. They have to say the name. Sometimes they turn over a bais and a chaf and they say, “Aw!” I find it’s a good challenge but it’s not too hard. And they ‘can do’ it. Everybody finds a match or two or more. They really like it.” - Morah Yehudis, Kindergarten Morah

(Special search terms: Hebrew, aleph bet, alef bet, aleph beis, alef bais, kriyah, kriah, Hebrew reading alphabet)

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