Date Added: 2013-11-03 The Hebrew Alef-Bet Chart is a valuable tool when first learning to recognize, write and pronounce the Hebrew alphabet. The chart features the Hebrew letters in book print, block print and cursive, along with the name of the letter and its pronunciation, using symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).
This ensures a universal standardized pronunciation of the Hebrew letters and words.... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2013-10-30 The Hebrew Phonetics Chart uses symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). This ensures a universal standardized pronunciation of the Hebrew letters and words. We use these symbols in all our Hebrew lessons. Once you know what sound each symbol represents it is easy to speak the Hebrew words correctly, especially if you do not have a Hebrew speaking teacher or audio available. ... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2012-01-22 What is TEFILLAH? In Hebrew, the word means "prayer," but its roots are much deeper. While you explore the meanings and customs of Jewish prayer with my TEFILLAH Lapbook kit, you can use this copywork in Hebrew and English to dive deeper into seven Jewish prayers which are still recited every day in synagogue and at home. ... [click here for more]