Hebrew Gumball Vowel Drop, Version 2

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  1. These easy-to-use, no-prep sorting activities are so much more fun than reading out of a book. Your students will enjoy reading, dragging, and dropping the gumballs or ice cream scoops! Formatted in Google Slides, you'll receive six easy-to-use activities to teach and review Hebrew vowels and look-a
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Formatted in Google Slides, you'll receive two easy-to-use activity sets with 64 practice words! Use them to introduce or review this set of Hebrew vowels.


1. The Stolen Patch vowel (פתח גנובה)

This vowel is "an exception to the rule." When the Hebrew letter chet is combined with a patch vowel falls at the end of a word, it says "ach" instead of "chah".

2. Final Chaf

The final chaf can be challenging. It's the only final letter with a vowel at the end. Luckily, there are only two vowel options. In this gumball sort, students will practice reading and differentiating between the final chaf's vowel sounds.

Directions: Read the Hebrew phonetic sound inside the “gumball.” Then drag and drop it into the corresponding vowel machine.

SAVE with the drag & drop bundle!

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