The great matching game for Hanukah! There are several ways to play with these cards. First – prepare the game: Paste those pages on cardboard, and cut out the cards. We recommend that you save the instructions with the cards, for future use. note: in all games, just the top cards are playing in each...
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Ivy League Educators
Tammy SilverPedagogical Counsler
Tammy has been a pre-school teacher for more then two decades. Due to her extensive academic education, accumulated experience and deep insight, she has earned the position of a pedagogical instructor at the Israeli Board of Education.
Chani SaposhAuthor & Illustrator
Chani Saposh has authored and illustrated a variety of reading books and educational booklets that have been incorporated into the framework of the curriculum in schools. She is the creator, author and designer of the popular Hebrew children’s magazine "Itonli".
Leah has years of teaching experience in various grades in elementary school. She wrote a number of popular children's books in Hebrew, and was in the textbook consulting team of educational meterials for the Board of education in Israel.
New on Jewnior Club
The next story is for children who have not yet learned how to read. While the parents read the printed words, they can stop at each picture and point to it. The child, following along, will have fun taking part in “reading” along. On the sill is theof . Next to it you can see...
On the first day of Chanukah we light one candle. Every day we add a candle – until the eighth day, in which eight candles are lit, and the Menorah is full! In addition to the candles, the Shamash is also lit. (that the name of the candle from which we light the menorah’s candles)....