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Hebrew is the language of the Torah and of most Jewish prayers and is written from right to left. There are no vowel letters in the Hebrew Alphabet, and this can make the Hebrew in the Torah very difficult to learn to read. Use this resource to help you learn the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet and their equivalent English letters and sounds. This resource is perfect for integrating a creative activity into lessons about the Torah. For more free resources head to our Learning Portal: https://teachersportal.org.uk/schools/
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Hebrew Alphabet chart

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A complete chart of Biblical Hebrew letters, each letter comes with its English name, Hebrew name, sound in IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet), pronunciation and its numerical value.
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Hebrews - Bibledex

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Video tutorial from Bibledex. Is Hebrews the only book in the Bible to be written by a woman?
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Hebrew Vowels

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This lesson is a fascinating journey into the evolvement of the Hebrew vowels. We will learn that in King David's period (10th c. B.C.E.), when Hebrew was first written, the writers only used the consonants. This created difficulties for readers in those days. The solution to the problem was the addition of vowel letters, a process which unfolded in several stages. The last stage took place in one of the most beautiful places in Israel, near the Sea of Galilee. We will also meet our first two vowels: A
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Learning Hebrew Is Fun! - Bundle

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Are you learning Hebrew? Are you looking for a fun way to learn Hebrew? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in Hebrew. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into Hebrew. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day’s vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!
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Biblical hebrew - identifying a conjugation

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Almost all students find it challenging to identify the conjugation of a particular verb. This easy guide picks out the main features of each conjugation, and through asking themselves the questions, the conjugation of every standard verb can be identified. Through practice, students will soon find themselves easily able to identify the conjugation, even without the aid of this valuable sheet.
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Biblical Hebrew Resources

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A selection of resources for the Biblical Hebrew GCSE curriculum, this bundle contains valuable worksheets focused on conjugations, exploring what they mean, how to identify them, how irregular verbs work, a comprehensive guide to the Niphal conjugation, and the infinitive construct and absolute. Your students will thank you!
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Biblical hebrew - infinitive absolute

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Often seen as a somewhat abstract form, this worksheet contains everything a student needs to know about the infinitive absolute. It describes how to identify it, and what it may mean when it shows up. This will leave students confidently answering any question that may come up about this form.
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Biblical hebrew - pronouns and vowels

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This handout will be useful for beginners. It contains clear information about the ten pronouns used in biblical (and modern) hebrew, as well as a list of the vowels, divided into long and short vowels.
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Biblical hebrew - Infinitive Construct

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The infinitive construct form comes up a lot, in a variety of different forms. This clear and easy-to-understand worksheet describes how to spot them, and how to translate each different type, complete with real examples of each.
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Learning Hebrew: Let's Eat!

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Have fun teaching your children the Hebrew names for food with our Learning Hebrew Activity Book: Let’s Eat! From bread to butter to matzah to pizza, there are 26 Hebrew words to teach them. Plus, plenty of opportunities for your children to practice coloring and writing what they’ve learned. Flashcards, tracing activities, and coloring pages all make learning Hebrew fun! This book is designed to build on the foundation laid in our Hebrew Alphabet Activity Book. We created both books to help you teach your children the basics of the Hebrew language in a fun and creative way. Very little teacher prep needed. Just print the activity sheets you need, and go! ACTIVITY BOOK INCLUDES The Hebrew Alphabet chart featuring pictograph, paleo, and modern Hebrew FLASHCARD set featuring Hebrew, transliteration, and English names TRACING worksheets featuring Hebrew names and coloring activities Coloring & writing worksheets featuring fun Bible facts, Hebrew words, niqqud (vowels), transliteration, and English names, including: egg cheese butter milk juice bagel cereal porridge fruit salad bread matzah challah sandwich rice pasta pizza meat chicken fish sushi soup dal bhat cookie cake ice cream To learn more about Bible Pathway Adventures, please visit www.biblepathwayadventures.com
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Learning Hebrew: Things that go!

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Have fun teaching your children the Hebrew names for transportation with our Learning Hebrew Activity Book: Things that go! From boat to bicycle to truck to tractor, there are 22 Hebrew transport words to teach them. Plus, plenty of opportunities for them to practice coloring and writing what they’ve learned. Flashcards, tracing activities, and coloring pages all make learning Hebrew fun! This book is designed to build on the foundation laid in our Hebrew Alphabet Activity Book. We created both books to help you teach your children the basics of the Hebrew language in a fun and creative way. Very little teacher prep needed. Just print the activity sheets you need, and go! ACTIVITY BOOK INCLUDES The Hebrew Alphabet chart featuring pictograph, paleo, and modern Hebrew FLASHCARD set featuring Hebrew, transliteration, and English names TRACING worksheets featuring Hebrew names and coloring activities Coloring & writing worksheets featuring fun Bible facts, English and Hebrew words, niqqud (vowels), and transliteration, including: Car, Taxi, Train, Bus, Plane, Helicopter, Rocket, Fire truck, Tractor, Motorbike, Scooter, Bicycle, Truck, Rickshaw, Submarine, Boat, Kayak, Ship, Raft, Horse, Camel, and Donkey
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Learning Hebrew: The Alphabet for Beginners

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Looking for a fun and easy way to teach your children the Hebrew alphabet? Our Learning Hebrew: The Alphabet activity book is the perfect tool to help you teach your children the basics of the Hebrew language, while giving them insight into the day-to-day life of the Hebrew people. We’ve included coloring activities and short explanations to show children how each letter was understood by the Hebrews. Plus plenty of opportunities for them to practice writing what they’ve learned. Understanding Hebrew will help kids gain an increased Biblical understanding and a deeper love for the people of the Bible. The perfect Hebrew reading discipleship tool to help you teach your children a Biblical faith. Very little teacher prep needed. Just print the activity sheets you need, and go! WHO IS IT FOR? K-4, homeschoolers, educators, interactive learners, and children’s ministry leaders ACTIVITY BOOK INCLUDES The Hebrew Alphabet chart for easy reference Two hands-on coloring worksheets for each letter of the Hebrew Alphabet featuring pictograph, paleo, and modern Hebrew: Aleph, Bet, Gimmel, Dalet, Hey, Vav, Zayin, Het, Tet, Yod, Kaph, Lamed, Mem, Nun, Samech, Ayin, Peh, Tsadi, Qoph, Resh, Shin, and Tav
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Learning Hebrew: Animals for Beginners

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Enjoy teaching your children the Hebrew language with this entertaining and interactive Learning Hebrew Activity Book: Animals. From cat to fox to goat to ox, there are 22 animal names to teach them. Plus, plenty of opportunities for children to practice writing what they’ve learned. Flashcards, tracing activities, and coloring pages all make learning Hebrew fun! This book is designed to build on the foundation laid in our Hebrew Alphabet Activity Book. We created both books to help you teach your children the basics of the Hebrew language in a fun and creative way. Very little teacher prep needed. Just print the activity sheets you need, and go! Learning Hebrew: Animals Activity Book includes: The Hebrew Alphabet chart featuring pictograph, paleo, and modern Hebrew Full color set of animal FLASHCARDS featuring Hebrew, transliteration, and English names TRACING worksheets featuring Hebrew names and coloring activities Coloring & writing worksheets featuring fun Bible facts, Hebrew words, niqqud (vowels), transliteration, and English names: Camel. Cat, Cow, Deer, Dog, Donkey, Duck, Elephant, Fish, Fox, Giraffe, Goat, Lion, Monkey, Moose, Ox, Peacock, Pig, Rabbit, Sheep, Snake, and Zebra To learn more about Bible Pathway Adventures, please visit www.biblepthwayadventures.com
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Learning Hebrew: Clothes

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Have fun teaching your children the Hebrew names for clothing with our Learning Hebrew Activity Book: Clothes. From boots to shirt to jacket to pants, there are 23 Hebrew words to teach them. Plus, plenty of opportunities for them to practice coloring and writing what they’ve learned. Flashcards, tracing activities, and coloring pages all make learning Hebrew fun! This book is designed to build on the foundation laid in our Hebrew Alphabet Activity Book. We created both books to help you teach your children the basics of the Hebrew language in a fun and creative way. Very little teacher prep needed. Just print the activity sheets you need, and go! Learning Hebrew: Clothes Activity Book includes: The Hebrew Alphabet chart featuring pictograph, paleo, and modern Hebrew Printable flashcard set featuring Hebrew, transliteration, and English names Tracing worksheets featuring Hebrew names and coloring activities Coloring & writing worksheets featuring fun Bible facts, English and Hebrew words, niqqud (vowels), and transliteration, including: Hat, Gloves, Scarf, Coat, Socks, Shoes, Boots, Jacket, Jeans, Dress, Singlet, Pajamas, Skirt, Vest, Sweater, Cardigan, Shirt, T-shirt, Pants, Belt, Swimsuit, Tie, and Sari
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Learning Hebrew: Fruit & Vegetables

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Have fun teaching your children the Hebrew names for fruit & vegetables with our Learning Hebrew Activity Book: Fruit & Vegetables. From apple to apricot to pumpkin to pepper, there are 26 Hebrew words to teach them. Plus, plenty of opportunities for them to practice coloring and writing what they’ve learned. Flashcards, tracing activities, and coloring pages all make learning Hebrew fun! This book is designed to build on the foundation laid in our Hebrew Alphabet Activity Book. We created both books to help you teach your children the basics of the Hebrew language in a fun and creative way. Very little teacher prep needed. Just print the activity sheets you need, and go! ACTIVITY BOOK INCLUDES The Hebrew Alphabet chart featuring pictograph, paleo, and modern Hebrew FLASHCARD set featuring Hebrew, transliteration, and English names TRACING worksheets featuring Hebrew names and coloring activities Coloring & writing worksheets featuring fun Bible facts, English and Hebrew words, niqqud (vowels), and transliteration, including: Pear, Apple, Pineapple, Banana, Lemon, Apricot, Plum, Date, Orange, Watermelon, Pomegranate, Fig, Grapes, Olives, Onion, Carrot, Pumpkin, Lettuce, Eggplant, Cabbage, Celery, Beet, Pepper, Garlic, Corn, and Spinach
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ENGLISH HEBREW FAMILY FLASHCARDS

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Flashcards for developing visual discrimination and learning Hebrew vocabulary. One set of flashcards for learning and repeating the vocabulary and another set of flashcards and word cards for joining words and pictures according to color criteria. Flashcards include the Hebrew, English, and transliteration of each word.
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114 Hebrew Bingo Game Cards

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Welcome to the Hebrew Bingo pack. This is a simple starter game for students. There are 114 different pictures to choose from. Select a single picture and project the image on the wall or share it with the class as a handout. Talk about the picture and then ask your students to select and write down 5 items from the picture. Then look at the picture and pick out all the key vocabulary you want them to talk about. The first student to have all their items read out is the winner. With 57 different settings and 114 different game cards, there are plenty chances for great vocabulary. ***** Please note - these resources provide visual prompts and support to the students, not direct language instruction **************
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SPRING - ENGLISH HEBREW NUMBER PUZZLES

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Thank you for purchasing this Spring number puzzles. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do. Print, laminate and cut the puzzles. These puzzles are great to practice correspondence, number quantity, and number symbols. All the flashcards include Hebrew, English, and transliteration of each word. They’re developmentally appropriate for preschool and kindergarten children and homeschooling.