education – aleph tues

Today in class we worked on:

9/27

  1.  We enjoyed all grade T’Fillah with Rabbi Prass.
  2. Our class along with the BET class was able to enjoy going outside with Rabbi Prass to learn Hebrew through Movement.
  3. We started lesson Two with Letters: BET (B), AYIN (silent) and ALEF (silent).  
  4. We reviewed all past letters, vowels and key words from Lesson one-yellow box page 9.
  5. We read ALOUD pages 10-11 using the “favorites” game. (Remind them to use their “pointer finger”).
  6. We read Letter Hint on page 9, discussing how in Hebrew some letters make no sound without a vowel.
  7. Check practicing writing letters/words page 11.
  8. Make dictionary pages for all Hebrew letters and vowels and check-off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
  9. Students made key word flashcards on ABBA ( father) and AM ( nation -community)
  10. Have your child show you the game Aleph Shuffle we played, to show them how to read Hebrew (right to left). 

    11. Lihitaot (good-bye).

Homework to be completed by next class:

  1. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
  2. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters BET, AYIN, ALEF. Plus, past ones and key words we have covered.
  3. Bring in your pocket folder, sharpened pencil, colored pencils or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
  4. Remember Tzedukah .

Today in class we worked on:
9/20-

  • We enjoyed all grade T’Fillah with Rabbi Prass.
  • Our class along with the BET class was able to enjoy going outside with Rabbi Prass to learn Hebrew through Movement.
  • Today we learned three letters: Mem (m-sound), Shin (sh-sound) and Final Mem (m-sound), which is found at the end of the word. We learned three vowels, with the saying sound AH, and found under the letter.
  • We read ALOUD pages 6-7 using the “favorites” game. (Remind them to use their “pointer finger”).
  • Read Letter Hint page 6 regarding Final letters.
  • Check practicing writing letters/words page 7.
  • Make dictionary pages for all Hebrew letters and vowels and check-off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
  • Make flashcards of new letters, vowels, and key words: Shamash (Helper) & Sh-Am (There)
  • Have your child show you the game Aleph Shuffle we played, to show them how to read Hebrew (right to left).
  • Lihitraot (good-bye).
    Homework to be completed by next class:
    9/20-
  • Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
  • Please look at your new Aleph book and look at page 5 for new letters and vowels.
  • Bring in your pocket folder, sharpened pencil, colored pencils or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
  • Remember Tzedukah.

Today in class we worked on:
9/13-

  1. It was wonderful to have your children in class. This is going to be a fun and exciting year.
  2. We enjoyed an all-school assembly with Rabbi Prass.
  3. Our class was able to enjoy going outside for recess in Hebrew with Rabbi Prass and our madrich Charlie Schwartz.
  4. Today we learned three letters: Mem (m-sound), Shin (sh-sound) and Final Mem (m-sound), which is found at the end of the word. We learned three vowels, with the saying sound AH, and found under the letter.
  5. We read ALOUD pages 6-7 using the “favorites” game.
  6. Have your child show you the game Aleph Shuffle we played, to show them how to read Hebrew (right to left).
    Homework to be completed by next class:
    9/13-
    • Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
    • Please look at your new Aleph book and look at page 5 for new letters and vowels.
    • Bring in your pocket folder, sharpened pencil, colored pencils or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
    • Remember Tzedukah