The Aleph has a slanted line in the middle and a foot on the left side. On the right is another line, reaching to the upper line in our notebooks. The letters Aleph will stand between the thick two lines – inside the ‘house’. (as explained on the page “Writing in the Lines of a Hebrew Notebook”)....
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"A picture is worth a thousand words”- How much can be learned from your own or the classes works of art!
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1. Dartboard in a shape of a dreidel - a wonderfull game for a Hanukkah party!
The Dartboard is made of pieces of carpet, and the ball is wrapped with velkro.
2. A huge menorah decorating the kindergarten wall.
3. Arts and crafts - a menorah made of toilet paper rolls wrapped in aluminum foil.
4. Pitcher, made of egg carton. You can paint and decorate
5. A giant menorah made of the kindergarten big blocks, wrapped in aluminum foil.
New On The Teacher's Corner
To learn to write Hebrew, the child must have a notebook with special lines for Hebrew letters. Children often get confused about which lines to write on. You need to explain that the lines are our friends. They are there to help us write. Children often write on the wrong line. It’s important to direct...
This is fun game is actually a quiz. Print out the cards. Collect stretchy headbands for all the players. Sit in a circle, so everyone sees each other. Each child puts a band on his head and the child next to him picks up a card and sticks it in the front of his band...