With a focus on Hebrew grammar, Ramah (level) 3 introduces the system and function of the Hebrew shorashim (roots), prefixes and suffixes. The main purpose is to prepare students to work independently on the subsequent Ramot (levels).
For Grades 4-7. This Ramah focuses on a selection of short blessings, including blessings over different foods, candlelighting blessings for Shabbat, Chanukah and Yamim Tovim, and blessings for special times.
For Grades 4-7. Students are introduced to Hebrew vocabulary, reading practice, grammar, and concepts related to the particular prayer or set of prayers. Ramah 7 focuses on Yotzer Or and Maariv Aravim. Audio CD and Teacher's Guide are available.
For Grades 4-7. Students are introduced to Hebrew vocabulary, reading practice, grammar, and concepts related to the particular prayer or set of prayers. Ramah 8 focuses on the Ahavat Olam and Ahavah Rabbah prayers. Audio CD and Teacher's Guide are available.
For Grades 4-7. Students are introduced to Hebrew vocabulary, reading practice, grammar, and concepts related to the particular prayer or set of prayers. Ramah 9 focuses on the Sh'ma and V'ahavta prayers.
This delightful "Pictionary" includes 100 Hebrew words and concepts that define the Jewish religious experience for young readers. Each entry includes the Hebrew term, transliteration, definition, and full-color illustration.
Music can be a wonderfully effective teaching tool for preschool aged children. My Jewish World guides teachers through the process of introducing and utilizing song in the classroom to teach Jewish values.
In her comprehensive and easy to follow book, Judy Caplan Ginsburgh includes...
The long-awaited early childhood music curriculum! From Judy Caplan Ginsburgh, the renowned children's singer-performer. Teaches daily rituals (both everyday and Jewish rituals) in a fun, accessible way that is as appealing to parents and teachers as it is to kids! A full production recording fea...
Olam Gadol Series: Bet-reader Abraham and Adaia Shumsky, Illustrated by Murray Bloom, Morton Garchik, Charles M. Schulz, and Symeon Shimin
Item #: 405252
Teaching approximately one hundred words, Olam Gadol-Bet presents three stories that focus on ethical values. This book provides an opportunity for students to develop an individual, creative, and ethical approach to understanding the world in which we live.
Art of Torah Cantillation, The - A Step-by-Step Guide to Chanting Torah
You can chant Torah!
This unique, step-by-step book and compact disc package will lead the novice through each step of learning how to chant Torah. Divided into 13 lessons and additional useful appendices and bibliography, the book allows the reader to "self-teach" the important principles of Torah cantillation. The only pre-requisite for this course of learning is a basic ability to read Hebrew and a willingness to learn! It is a perfect selection for B'nai Mitzvah students, beginning learners, and for adult education courses.
Step-by-step exercises and instructions CD of recordings correspond with written exercises Includes both male and female voices on recording Includes glossary, list of parashiyot, High Holy Day cantillation and more!
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