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    Hebrew Index


    Each section either has a lesson and an activity or just a practice activity. Simply click on the name of the section you wish to go to on this page.


AlefBet

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    AlefBet Lesson

    You may save or print out this PDF to learn the letters of the Hebrew AlefBet.



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    AlefBet-ical

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    AlefBet Lesson

    In the following activity, place the AlefBet in its correct order. You may save or print out this PDF to learn the letters of the Hebrew AlefBet.



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    GEMATRIA

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    Gematria Lesson

    Gematria is a numerological system where Hebrew letters also correspond to numbers. You may save or print out this PDF to learn the Gematria of the Hebrew AlefBet.



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    SOUNDS OF THE SEFIROT

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    Sounds of The Sefirot Lesson

    According to Kabbalah, each Sefirah makes a sound represented by a Nikud (vowel mark). You may save or print out this PDF to learn the Sounds of The Sefirot.



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    PRACTICING SOUNDS

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    Practicing Sounds

    This lesson is for practicing sounds. For description of sounds, please see the AlefBet Lesson. There are special notes for general variations to the sounds. It is recommended to practice each sound until you are able to say the sound simply by looking at the Letter and Nikud combination.



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    HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE ADON OLAM?

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    Adon Olam

    The Adon Olam is one of the earliest and most well-known piyutim in the Jewish world. This version is the full Sephardic version which has 15 verses. Click on the link above if you want to review this piyut before doing the activity.



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    SIDDUR HANGMAN 1

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    Siddur Hangman Phrases

    The following activity has commonly used phrases from the Siddur. Try your best to click on the letters in the order of each word of each phrase. Click on the link above if you want to review the phrases before doing the activity.



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    RASHI SCRIPT

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    Hebrew Script Styles

    Rashi script is the "cursive" style that is used by most Sephardim. It is also used as the preferred typeface for rabbinic commentaries. Click on the link above if you want to review the phrases before doing the activity.



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