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Discover printable and digital teaching resources for Hebrew reading practice, vocabulary, and Jewish heritage education. Content is most suitable for upper elementary and middle school students in a Hebrew School setting.
These easy-to-use worksheets and simple games integrate cooperative learning within the subject matter. This style of learning has proven to assist in memorization and a deeper understanding of classroom material.
As Hebrew school attendance rates continue to decline, teachers want access to fresh material rather than teaching to a book. Yet, finding it has been an ongoing struggle.
Teachers want to meet the needs of their diverse learners. Offering Hebrew resources in an "a la carte'' style fashion allows them the luxury of differentiating their instruction by picking and choosing what is best for their students, whether teaching online or in person, beginners or advanced students, or visual or auditory learners.
Moreover, because the material is designed to create social opportunities, classmates organically forge stronger connections among peers.
Hebrew 4 in a Row is just one example of a "no prep" solution. With just a photocopy and two different colored pencils, Hebrew reading practice quickly turns into a motivating competition as classmates ambitiously strive to be the first to read 4 Hebrew words in a row.
When teachers bring Hebrew learning games into their classrooms, their students are more likely to find joy in their Hebrew School experience.
Learn more about Alef Bet Games here.
Benifits of bringing social opportunities into Classrooms
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