Hebrew Alphabet SWAT THE FLY! - Battling Ship Style

Hebrew Alphabet SWAT THE FLY! - Battling Ship Style
Hebrew Alphabet SWAT THE FLY! - Battling Ship Style
Hebrew Alphabet SWAT THE FLY! - Battling Ship Style
Hebrew Alphabet SWAT THE FLY! - Battling Ship Style
Hebrew Alphabet SWAT THE FLY! - Battling Ship Style
Hebrew Alphabet SWAT THE FLY! - Battling Ship Style
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This product reinforces learning the first half of the Hebrew alphabet through mem sofit / final mem. Like the well-known game of battling ships, in this game, players call out a coordinate location. In this case, they'll say a Hebrew letter and then a number, such as 'aleph-2' or 'mem-6'. Players who do not know their Hebrew alphabet, yet, can use the Hebrew chart included to help them name letters in their coordinates.

The winner is the person who finds all six flies on their opponent's grid. Flies are either purple, black, white, or grey.

I have included many options.

Option 1: Print out the players' grids with the colorful logo, laminate, and have students lay their flies on the grid. Use a folder to hide their grid. Player's will use dry erase markers to mark off the hits and misses for this option.

Option 2: Print the two grids and flies in either color or black and white. Have students glue their flies in secret locations on their own grid. Students will use a pen or marker to write where they hit or missed flies on their opponent's grid. A standing folder to keep their grid hidden is also required.

Teachers/Parents can choose either a one-grid-per-page option or or two-grids-per-page version. It is just like the battling ships game, which is sold in stores, that uses two blue pegboards to hold ships and red and white pegs. Like that game, my game has one grid for marking the opponents grid, and one grid for hiding your own flies. Based on the abilities of your students, you can use either two separate pages, or both grids on the same page.

Please leave feedback about which options worked best in your class. Feedback earns you TpT credits, too! I'd love to hear if Hebrew school or Day school teachers found this product helpful, as well, or folks using this for remediation and tutoring.

(Special search terms: Hebrew, aleph bet, alef bet, aleph beis, alef bais)

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