Learn the Hebrew Letters, the Aleph Bet
Included in this digital package are downloads of the following books and supplements:
The Aleph Bet Story, The Activity Book, The Aleph Bet Story Workbook, The Aleph Bet Story Pictures, The Flash Card Set, and Teacher Manual. Audio links are included.
1) The Aleph Bet Story
Plan to keep the Aleph Bet Story handy for teaching the letters, for letter review and distinguishing look-alike letters. There are quite a few. Look-alike letters are: dalet - resh, bet - caf, gimel - nun, zyin - vav - final nun, mem - tet, hey - chet - tav final mem - samech, ayin - tzadi.
Students of all ages love the whimsy, and see how each letter is 'special'. Full audio is here to accompany the printed version of the book.
2) The Activity Book
Based on the letter pictures in The Aleph Bet Story, students color, count and trace their way through each letter. These fun activities help them remember what makes each Hebrew letter 'special'. For Kindergarten.
3)The Aleph Bet Story Workbook
In the Aleph Bet Story Workbook students are introduced to the right to left direction of Hebrew and learn to write the block form of the letters. Each letter lesson includes the letter story to review letter features. Picture words represent Hebrew words that start with the new letter. Hear the picture words pronounced out loud on the audio track for the Aleph Bet Story Workbook. For first grade.
4) Aleph Bet Story Pictures
Use these black-and-white versions of illustrations in The Aleph Bet Story to display or distribute for a class activity. Ask students to tell a letter story, then give them the picture to color. Students can collect them to create their own The Aleph Bet Story book. A supplement for the primary grades.
5) Flash Card Set
Who doesn’t love flash cards? Our series features the Hebrew bubble letters and Picture Words as seen in The Aleph Bet Story Workbook. You can use this set to ‘show’ students words in Hebrew, organize a Word Wall or use the bubble letters to display student names or the names of holidays. Say the words out loud and students can start speaking Hebrew! For all grades.