I originally created this Hebrew alphabet to hang as a horizontal banner across the classroom. You can choose to hang it in rows to create the look of a poster as well. It is colorful and cheerful - not only does it help to decorate the room, but it
This contains 16 flashcards with different foods written in Hebrew.
I pair this with activities for students where they discuss foods that they like or foods that they dislike (Ani ochel/ochelet lechem), and (ani lo ochel/ochelet beitzah). You can
This is great for teaching students to use the correct Hebrew pronouns. In my classroom I cut these out and attached them to sentence strips. Your digital download includes a high quality pdf with 4 pages of images and pronouns in Hebrew.
I created this family tree using Hebrew vocabulary while teaching a unit on family to my students. The vocabulary includes "Mishpachah" (family), saba (grandfather), savta (grandmother), ema (mom), aba (dad), dod (uncle), doda (aunt), ach (brother),
This is a poster to teach children the names of basic shapes in Hebrew. Please contact me with any questions. Your digital download contains a high quality PDF which can be printed. In my own classroom, I have laminated the poster so that it is
This poster is a visual resource to teach children Hebrew. At the top, in Hebrew, it reads "Ma mezeg ha-avir ha-yom?" (what is the weather today?). Other terms include shimshi (sunny), m-oonan (cloudy), gashoom (rainy), so-air (storm), sheleg
You will be getting a worksheet for students and a corresponding game. When I do this lesson, I have students do the worksheet first, go over answers, and then go straight into the game.
The worksheet has a list of Hebrew words related to
This is a great game to practice reading! It can be used to identify Hebrew letters, read sounds, translate Hebrew words, or read a line of text. The game can be adapted easily to fit the correct level of difficultly for your students. In addition
For this "Write the Room" activity, I first put the Hebrew letters on flashcards and spread them around various tables and surfaces in the classroom. Each flashcard has the name of the letter written in English on one side, and the letter printed in
This poster has the words for Hebrew numbers up to 100. The numbers are given in the feminine form since that is what is used for counting, telling time, street numbers, phone numbers, etc. The numbers from one to ten have a picture to go with each
This is a very easy Hebrew game for beginners. I play it by saying the name of the letter, and students point to it on the sheet. You could also say the sound and have students point to the correct letter. Go through each letter several times and
This is a highly adaptable game that can be used to identify letters, read words, do math problems – anything you can think of that you want students to practice!
In addition to this game-board, you will need: dice & pawns. Also, either