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By Yael Rotenberg
book will enable you to acquire a basic vocabulary in Hebrew. Words in
the book are divided into topics and every word is written in three
forms: Hebrew, English and Englibrew - English with Hebrew
An extensive book on shoroshim (root words) which are commonly found in daily davening and Chumash. Shows how to construct words with prefixes and suffixes. Good for beginners and intermediate levels.
vocabulary, grammar, oral and written.
The six readers in this series contain literary works (stories, fables, and poems) in progressive levels to match the child’s degree of Hebrew language proficiency and maturity.
This progressive eight-book series focuses on teaching Hebrew grammar and the use of proper oral and written language.
Each book in this five-book series is a compilation of literary works (stories, fables, and poems) selected and rewritten in simple language to suit the student’s level of Hebrew proficiency and mental age.
T’fila, brachot, kashrut, love of mankind, etc.
Kids book to introduction of Hebrew.
The Lashon Hatorah Workbook is designed to aid in the teaching of the fundamentals of Hebrew grammar and basic vocabulary.
4 Volumes available
Handwriting Workbook - Script Learning
4 Volumes - Scroll to the bottom for your special.
Mastering the basics and the Hebrew Verbs.
Starting from the basics of recognizing Rashi script letters to knowing commonly used abbreviations by Rashi.
The objective of this book is to help prepare eighth grade students for the High School entrance exam.
Beginner's Guide to Hebrew Script
A beautiful new, fun-filled study aid for the teaching of the Aleph Beis, the Hebrew alphabet.
Shalom Secrets Children's Guide
לימוד קריאה לתשב"ר לפי ספרי קדמונים בדרך הסלולה לנו מישראל סבא
הוצאה חדשה עם הרבה הוספות
Great for Hebrew classes, for all kinds of writings.Opens from Right to Left.
A popular book of worksheets that teach skills crucial to reading Aleph Bais: visual discrimination, sound-symbol relationships, and hand-eye coordination, through exciting activities.
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