I Have Who Has - Hebrew Kriyah activity with SHURUK (Shoorok)

I Have Who Has - Hebrew Kriyah activity with SHURUK (Shoorok)
I Have Who Has - Hebrew Kriyah activity with SHURUK (Shoorok)
I Have Who Has - Hebrew Kriyah activity with SHURUK (Shoorok)
I Have Who Has - Hebrew Kriyah activity with SHURUK (Shoorok)
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*** Introducing this brand new product! ***

This product is based on my best seller found here Hebrew Alphabet - I Have Who Has? It's innovative, motivating, fun, and makes Hebrew easy. This activity can be played as a whole class or small group activity.

You will find Set 1 and Set 2 cards.

Cards in Set 1-

Cards are read in alphabetical order.

In Set 1 of "I Have-Who Has?", all students have an individual turn to read one Hebrew letter with a vowel on their card, and ask someone else to read their own card. Use this as practice, review, or assessment.

When you print the cards for Set 1, it will seem like some letters are missing. This is because two letters with the same sound cannot be in the same game, when you want one student to have a solo spotlight. So, Set 1 includes only most of the letters (with vowel), while Set 2 has the entire alef bet (with vowel).

Cards in Set 2-

Each letter in the entire Hebrew alphabet, plus final letters, is in Set 2; I don't want students to forget about those final letters. Cards are read in random order. Once the class masters the activity going in alphabetical order, read aloud Set 2 -in a random order - so that no student knows which letter is next or whose turn is next. It might be theirs, so they need to be listening. Plus, you can combine Set 1 and Set 2 in the same game round, allowing students to have more than one card to read, maximizing class participation.

This is a fun form of informal assessment. If you work with smaller groups, just give students more than one card. The tinted backgrounds will help dyslexic, and all readers with glare issues, be able to read better.

Who can use this product and when to use this product:

The cards are bright, colorful, and inviting. Since there are NO PICTURES ON THE CARDS, they are generic, not limited to a specific age group, holiday, or season.

This activity can be used by foreign language teachers, Hebrew Day School teachers, Hebrew School teachers, ‎pre-K teachers, and those who home school. All ages will enjoy this activity.

(Search Terms: aleph bet, alef bet, aleph bais, aleph beis, kriyah, kriya, kria, kriah, keriya, keriyah, nekudot, nekudos, nekud, nikkud, niqqud, nikkudot, niqqudot, nikkudos, niqqudos, nikudot, nik, shuruk, shoorook)


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