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Hebrew reading practice

EXTENDS
LEARNING

BUILDS A
KEHILLAH

TEACHES
COLLABORATION

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Hebrew reading practice

BENEFITS OF BRINGING SOCIAL OPPORTUNITIES INTO HEBREW SCHOOL CLASSROOMS

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Hebrew reading practice
Hebrew reading practice

VOCABULARY
BUILDING

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CONNECTIONS

Find 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.
In addition to low-prep games, this collection of "no drill" Hebrew worksheets is structured to integrate cooperative learning within the subject matter.  This style of learning has proven to assist in memorization and a deeper understanding of classroom material.
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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.  
These non-traditional Hebrew worksheets and distance learning materials fill this void. Offering Hebrew resources in an "a la carte'' style fashion allows teachers the luxury
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to differentiate their instruction by picking and choosing what is best for their students, rather than teaching to a book.
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.
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