Hebrew Reading Practice

To help maintain your children’s Hebrew reading skills, please have your children practice reading Hebrew throughout the year.  

Click here for Summer Hebrew Reading Practice. We want the children to enter school in September ready to move forward and build on their skills. Your child can use their class workbooks, links below, or a Siddur at home to practice reading.  

Alef-Bet chart

Shalom Sesame Hebrew letters videos

Free Hebrew reading practice games from Behrman House.

Alef Bet Memory game

Students in Torah Lataf can review what they are learning about the holidays with the packets that are used in class and sent home.

Students in Kitah Alef should practice recognizing the sounds of the letters they are learning in the packets in their binder.  They should practice at least once a week.

Students in Kitah Bet should complete their homework as noted in the homework log in their binder. Click here to see the Tiyulim lessons from the workbook online.  You can also download Tiyulim @ Home as an app from Google Play.

Students in Kitah Gimmel should complete their homework as noted in the homework log in their binder. Click here for the Kitah Gimmel Hebrew lessons online.

Students in Kitah Dallet should complete their homework as noted in the homework log in their binder.  Click here for the Kitah Dallet Hebrew lessons online--CHOOSE HINENI 2, or click here for prayers to use for Hebrew reading practice.  

Students in Kitah Hay should complete their homework as noted in the homework log in their binder.  Click here for prayers to use for Hebrew reading practice.  

Students in Kitah Vav should complete their homework as noted in the homework log in their binder. Click here for prayers they can use for Hebrew reading practice.  Click here for the Kitah Vav Hebrew lessons online.  

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