education – aleph tues

Today in class we:
5/10-
1. We reviewed the past letters and vowels on page 92 in the yellow box.
2. We reviewed all past Key Words on page 95 Pictionary List-covering the pictures to only see the words.
3. We went over the final Aleph-Bet quiz from last week. We tried to come up with “clues” to remember the letters and vowels sounds.
4. Students played a “teacher” review game with each other using all flashcards with letters, vowels and key words.
5. 5:30 – 6:00 Closing Assembly & Pizza Dinner
6. Lihitraot (good-bye) I hope you all have a great and fun summer! See you all next year!

Today in class we:
5/3-
1. The students had teffilah with Rabbi Bellows. Rabbi Bellows talked about Israel’s Remembrance Day and Independence Day.
2. Today in class we worked on we reviewed the past letters and vowels on page 92 in the yellow box.
3. We reviewed all past Key Words on page 95 Pictionary List-covering the pictures to only see the words.
4. Today students took an End of the Year evaluation. I will be going over these next week with the students. There is no letter grade for these. It will show me, Rabbi Prass and you your child’s strengths and weaknesses might be in Hebrew.
5. Students played a “teacher” review game with each other using all flashcards with letters, vowels and key words.
6. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
5/3-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 94 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Continuing reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered from past lessons.
4. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
5. Remember Tzedukah.

Today in class we worked on:
4/26-
1. We had an all school t’fillah where we talked about Yom Hashoah.
2. Today in class we worked on we reviewed the past letters and vowels on page 92 in the Yellow box.
3. We came up with “Clues” Hebrew letters/vowels, to remember them.
4. We reviewed all past Key Words on page 95 Pictionary List-covering the pictures to only see the words.
5. Students read the “Vowel Hints” rules from past letters.
6. Students reviewed all flashcards with letters, vowels and key words.
7. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
4/26-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 94 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered from past lessons.
4. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
5. Remember Tzedukah.

Today in class we worked on:
4/19-
1. We began with an all school t’fillah.
2. Students reviewed all Hebrew letters, vowels and “saying” sounds. Students worked together writing down the ones that were a little challenging to them.
3. We played several Aleph-Bet games such as a matching letters and vowels.
4. We reviewed all past Key Words on page 95 Pictionary list- covering the pictures to only see the words.
5. Students read “rules” on each lesson on Hebrew letters, and vowels.
6. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
4/19-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 94 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered from past lessons.
4. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
5. Remember Tzedukah.

Today in class we worked on:
4/12-
1. We reviewed all past Key Words on page 95 Pictionary list- covering the pictures to only see the words.
2. We practiced the Passover 4- Questions for the model seder.
3. We enjoyed our model seder. The students as a whole performed their “skit” reciting the 4 Questions to the other classrooms! I thought they did AMAZING! Thank you for all your support with the “props”. You can check out their performance on the CBA youtube channel
4. Have a very Happy Pesach! Your children will be great reciting the Four Questions! I cannot wait to hear all about it.
5. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
4/12-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 94 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered from past lessons.
4. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
5. Remember Tzedukah.

Today in class we worked on:
4/5-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. We reviewed all past Key Words on page 95 Pictionary list- covering the pictures to only see the words.
3. We practiced the Passover 4- Questions for the model seder.
4. Students reviewed all flashcards with letters, vowels.
5. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
4/5-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 94 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered from past lessons.
4. Bring in any props that are needed for the Model Seder next week.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah.

Today in class we worked on:
3/29-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. We reviewed all past Key Words on page 95 Pictionary list- covering the pictures to only see the words.
3. We practiced the Passover 4- Questions for the model seder.
4. Students read pages 92-93 ALOUD using their pointer finger to follow along.
5. Students reviewed all flashcards with letters, vowels.
6. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
3/29-
1. Students continue using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 94 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered from past lessons.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 92-93.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah.

Today in class we worked on:
3/15-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 92. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. Students went over the Aleph-Bet Quiz we took the week before. They are going home today for parents’ signature and to review going forward.
4. We started lesson Twenty- Hebrew vowelS “oo-ee” “oy”.
5. Read letter-vowel hint page 92.
6. We read pages 92-93 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger.
7. Students worked together on page 93 the “Sound Check.”
8. Students made flashcard for new key word: OY VEY ZAMIR (OH MY GOSH).
9. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
10. We practiced the Passover 4- Questions for the model seder.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
3/15-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 94 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 2-93.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. We are on Spring Break until March 29.

Today in class we worked on:
3/8-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 87. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. Students took an Aleph-Bet Quiz to see how they are doing learning their letters & vowels.
4. We started lesson Nineteen- Hebrew vowel “AH-O” and exception to the rules”.
5. Read letter-vowel hint page 87.
6. We read pages 88-89 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger.
7. Students worked together on page 88 the “Sound Check.
8. Students worked hard at writing letters and vowels on page 89.
9. Students made flashcards for new key words: MOSHE (MOSES), TZOHARAYIM(afternoon) and KOL (ALL).
10. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
11. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
12. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
3/8-
1. Continue using Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 91 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 83-84.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
3/1-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 82. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. We started lesson Eighteen- Hebrew letters FINAL FAY and FAY saying sound (F) and vowel AHV.
4. Read vowel hint page 82 about the “AHV” vowel.
5. We read page 83-84 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger.
6. Students worked together on page 84 the “Write Letter” and reading the “Super Reading Secret” page 85.
7. Students worked hard at writing letters and vowels on page 83.
8. Students made flashcards for new key words: ALEF (ALEF), and SHOFAR(Shofar).
9. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
10. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
3/1-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 86 Clue to Quest and Word Search.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 83-84.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
2/22-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 78. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. We started lesson Seventeen- Hebrew Vowels “VO and CH-A combinations.
4. Read “letter vowel-hint ” rule page 78 bottom and “super reading secret” page 81.
5. We read page 79 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger.
6. Students worked hard at writing letters and vowels on page 79.
7. Students made flashcards for new key words: CHAG SAMEACH (happy holiday), and MITZVOT(commandment).
8. Students worked on “Sound Check & Rock, Paper, Scissors” on page 80.
9. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
10. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
2/22-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 77 Clue to Quest.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 79.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
2/15-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms where we looked at 2 prayers about love.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 72. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. We started lesson Sixteen- Hebrew letters NUN and FINAL NUN both saying sound (N) and new vowel EH.
4. Read “Super Reading Secret” page 73 and do page 74 “Odd Letter Out”. Reading “vowel hint” page 74.
5. We read page 72-74 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger.
6. Students worked together on page 75 the Write Letter and worked hard at writing letters and vowels on page 75.
7. Students made flashcards for new key words: YAH-yeen (wine), and NER (1-singular candle).
8. Students worked on “Picture This” on page 76.
9. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
10. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
2/15-
1. Students please download and continue using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 77 Clue to Quest.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 72-74.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedakah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
2/8-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 68. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. We started lesson Fifteen- Hebrew letter PAY saying sound (P).
4. Read vowel hint page 68 about the “EYE” and ”YUD” combination the rule when it is followed.
5. We read page 69-70 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger.
6. Students worked together on page 69 the Write Letter.
7. Students worked hard at writing letters and vowels on page 70.
8. Students made flashcards for new key words: CHAI (life or to live), and MISH-PA-KHA (family).
9. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
10. 10.We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
2/8-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 71 Clue to Quest.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 69-70.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
2/1-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classrooms.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 64. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. We started lesson Fourteen- Hebrew letter CHET, FINAL CHAF and CHAF (CH).
4. Read vowel hint page 64 about the final letter always followed by a vowel.
5. We read page 65 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger” and Sound Advice.
6. Students worked hard at writing letters and vowels on page 66 and the Write letter.
7. Students worked together on page 67 Sound Check.
8. Students made flashcards for new key words: CHALLAH (Challah), BRACHAH (blessing) and MEH-LEHKH (king).
9. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
10. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
2/1-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 67 Clue to Quest.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD page 65.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
1/25-
1. We joined the other Hebrew classes for t’filah with Rabbi Prass. We watched a video about this week’s Torah portion, Mishpatim (laws). The focus was on choosing to do what’s right, even if there is pressure not to or other people are choosing to do what’s wrong.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 59. Circling the ones, we don’t know.
3. We started lesson Thirteen- Hebrew letter ZAYIN (Z).
4. Read vowel hint page 59 about the vowel (“a & :”).
5. We read pages 60-61 ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger”.
6. Students worked together on page 60 It’s a Match, and Sound Advice page 61.
7. Students worked hard at writing letters and vowels on page 62.
8. Students made flashcards for new key words: HALLELUYAH (praise G-D) and MEZUZAH ( doorpost).
9. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
10. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
1/25-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 67 Clue to Quest.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 60-61.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
1/18-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classes.
2. Students reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 54. Circling the ones we don’t know.
3. We started lesson Twelve- Hebrew letters KOOF (K), KAF (K) and OO vowel.
4. Read vowel hint page 56 about the vowel (00).
5. We read pages ALOUD playing our favorites “ game and using “our pointer finger”.
6. Students worked together on page 54 Hidden Picture, Sound Check page 55.
7. Students hard at writing letters and vowels on page 57. Then did Decorate the Sukkah at the bottom.
8. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
9. Students finished up lessons 9-12 read about the Letter Hints from past lessons.
10. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words, Hebrew letters and vowels.
11. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
1/18-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App. Do page 56 Clue to Quest.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 55-56.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
1/11-
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classes.
2. We reviewed the Aleph-Bet quiz we took before break. They are going home with your student for a signature.
3. We reviewed all past letters, vowels in the yellow box on page 50. Circling the ones, we don’t know. We discussed the ones that we missed on the quiz.
4. Reviewed Pictionary words on page 95.
5. Students read about the Letter Hints from past lessons.
6. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words.
7. Lihitraot (good-bye)!
Homework to be completed by next class:
1/11-
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
5. Remember Tzedakah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
12/14 –
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classes.
2. We started lesson eleven working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the Hebrew letters: SIN and SAMECH (saying sound is (S) and vowel (AY) . Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson eleven page 50 in the yellow box and lines on pages 51-52 taking turns.
4. Students read about the Letter Hint about the AY vowel (..) on the page 50
5. Students worked hard on writing out letters and new words on page 52.
6. Students worked together on page 51 “The Write” Letter Check.
7. Students took an Aleph-Bet Quiz to see how they are doing learning their letters & vowels.
8. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words.
9. Students made key word flashcards on SABA (grandfather), ISRAEL (Israel) and SAVTA(grandmother).
10. Lihitaot(good-bye) and Happy New Years to you and your families! See you on January 11 2022!!!
Homework to be completed by next class:
12/14 –
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 51-52.
5. Do page 53 including Clue to Quest.
6. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
7. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
12/7 –
1. We started lesson ten working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the Hebrew letters: VET and TAV (both have the T saying sound) and silent vowel (:). Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
2. We started lesson ten page 45 in the yellow box and lines on pages 47 taking turns.
3. Students read about the Letter Hint about the silent vowel (:) on the page 45
4. Students worked hard on writing out letters and new words on page 47.
5. Students worked together on page 48 Sound Check and Starry Night and page Havdalah candle page 49.
6. We had great games of Amazing Race while learning our Hebrew key words.
7. Students made key word flashcards on MITZVAH (good deed- Mitzvah) and HAVDALAH(Separation).
8. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
12/7 –
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 47.
5. Do page 49 including Clue to Quest.
6. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
7. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
11/30 –
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classes. We prayed parts of the Amidah, to light the chanukiah, and to talk about Chanukkah. During T’fllah we talked about ways that we can spread light.

2. We started lesson nine working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the Hebrew letter: TET and TAV (both have the T saying sound). Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson nine page 40 in the yellow box and lines on pages 41-42 taking turns.
4. Students read about the Letter Hint about letters TAV and TET on the page 40
5. Students worked hard on writing out letters and new words on page 41.
6. Students worked together on page 43 and 44 “Colors Galore and Rhyme Time”.
7. We had great games of Aleph-Bingo while learning our Hebrew key words.
8. Students made key word flashcards on TORAH (Torah) and TALLIT(Tallit).
9. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
11/30 –
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 41-42.
5. Do page 44 including Clue to Quest.
6. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
7. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
11/16 –
1. Students enjoyed T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classes.
2. We started lesson eight working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the Hebrew letter: RESH (R) and VOWEL (AY). Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson eight page 35 in the yellow box and lines on pages 36-37 taking turns.
4. Students read about the Letter Hint about letter RESH on the page 35
5. Students worked hard on writing out letters and new words on page 37.
6. Students worked together on page 38 “Picture This and “Odd Letter Out”.
7. We had great games of Aleph-Bingo while learning our Hebrew key words.
8. Students made key word flashcards on BEITSA (egg) and REGEL(leg).
9. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
11/16 –
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 36-37.
5. Do page 39 including Clue to Quest.
6. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
7. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
11/9
1. We started the session making Chanukah cards for US active Jewish military personnel.
2. We started lesson seven working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the Hebrew letters: Tzadee and Final Tzadee (TZ or TS). Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson seven page 30 reading ALOUD in the yellow box and lines on pages 30-31 taking turns.
4. Students worked on the page 31 writing out letters and new words.
5. Students worked together on page 32-33 “The Write Letter and Sound Check”.
6. We had great games of Aleph-Bingo while learning our Hebrew key words.
7. Students made key word flashcards on Mitz (juice) and Matzah(matzah).
8. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
11/9 –
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 30-31.
5. Do page 34 including Clue to Quest.
6. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
7. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
11/2 –
1. Students enjoyed an all school T’Fillah (prayer) with Rabbi Prass and the other classes.
2. We started lesson six working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the vowel: EE. Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson six reading about the Letter-Vowel Hint on page 25-26 with letter HAY and reading on the yellow box on page 25.
4. Students worked on the page 27 “Sound Bite”.
5. The students took turn reading ALOUD lines on pages 25-26.
6. Students made key word flashcards on EMA (mother) and BIMAH(bimah).
7. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
11/2 –
1. Students please download and start using the Aleph Bet Quest App.
2. Parents, you can help your child even if they don’t know Hebrew, since the English is on the back of the flashcards.
3. Start reviewing your Hebrew letters and vowels and key words we have covered.
4. Practice reading ALOUD pages 25-26.
5. Do page 28 including Clue to Quest.
6. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
7. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
10/26 –
1. Students were enjoying Hebrew Thru Movement being outside with Rabbi Prass and the BET class.
2. We started lesson five working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the letter: GIMEL (g-sound), YUD (Y- y-sound). Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson five reading about the Vowel Hint on page 21our with Letters: HAY (H saying sound), YUD (Y-saying sound) in the yellow box on page 21.
4. Students worked on the page 22 “Sound Advice”.
5. The students took turn reading ALOUD lines on pages 22-23.
6. Students practicing writing out the letters and words on page 23.
7. Students made key word flashcards on YAD (hand) and H-AY(the).
8. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
10/26 –
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 and vowels and key words we have covered.
3. Practice reading ALOUD pages 17-18.
4. Do page16 including Clue to Quest.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
10/19 –
1. Students were enjoying being outside with Rabbi Prass and the BET class.
2. We started lesson four working in our Hebrew Dictionary with the two letters: HAY (h-sound), YUD (Y- y-sound). Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson four with Letters: HAY (H saying sound), YUD (Y-saying sound) in the yellow box on page 17.
4. Students worked on the page 18 “Same Sound” and page 19 “Sound Check”.
5. The students took turn reading ALOUD lines on pages 17-18.
6. Students practicing writing out the letters and words on page 19.
7. Students made key word flashcards on YAD (hand) and H-AY(the).
8. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
10/19 –
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 and vowels and key words we have covered.
3. Practice reading ALOUD pages 17-18.
4. Do page16 including Clue to Quest.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education

Today in class we worked on:
10/12 –
1. Students played outside the game “Aleph Shuffle” to show them how to read Hebrew (right to left)and “ DUCK-DUCK- GOOSE but with Hebrew letters and vowels.
2. We finished up lesson two on our Hebrew Dictionary with the three letters: BET (b-sound), ALEF (silent- no-sound) and AYIN (no-sound). Checking off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
3. We started lesson Three with Letters: LAMED (l- saying sound), DALET (D-saying sound) and OH vowel saying sound on page 13.
4. The students took turn reading ALOUD lines on pages 13-14.
5. Students practicing writing out the letters and words on page 15.
6. Students made key word flashcards on SHALOM (hello, good-bye, Peace) and ADOM(red)
7. Lihitaot (good-bye)
Homework to be completed by next class:
10/12 –
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 and vowels and key words we have covered.
3. Practice reading ALOUD pages 13-14.
4. Do pages 15 bottom “ The Write Letter” and page 16 including Clue to Quest.
5. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
6. Remember Tzedukah and Box Tops for Education.

Today in class we worked on:
9/28 –
1. 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.
2. We read ALOUD pages 6-7 using the “favorites” game.
3. We practiced writing letters/words on page 7.
4. Students made dictionary pages for the new Hebrew letters and vowels and checked off on our Aleph-Bet “countdown list”.
5. We got to be together with Rabbi Prass to look at the Torah and learn about the upcoming holiday of Simchat Torah.
6. We played the game Aleph Shuffle to show them how to read Hebrew (right to left).
Homework to be completed by next class:
9/28 –
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 MEM, SHIN, FINAL MEM, and all three AH vowels (-, T, -:).
3. Practice reading ALOUD 3-5 times this week for 15 minutes pages 6-7.
4. Bring in your Hebrew dictionary, pocket folder, sharpened pencil, flashcards or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
5. Remember Tzedukah .

Today in class we worked on:
9/21 –
1. It was wonderful to have your children in class. This is going to be a fun and exciting year.
2. 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.
3. We read ALOUD pages 6-7 using the “favorites” game.
4. We got to visit the Sukkah and shake the lulav and hold the great smelling etrog!
5. 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:
9/21 –
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. Please look at your new Aleph book and look at page 5 for new letters and vowels.
3. Bring in your pocket folder, sharpened pencil, colored pencils or markers, and the rest of your supplies.
4. Remember Tzedukah .