Hooray! We made it to the end of the Alef-Bet!
This week’s letter is Tav.
Let’s make it with our bodies:
This is how you print Tav:
Now let’s do it on paper:
Now it’s time to practice…
We did it! We finished learning the whole Alef-Bet!!!
For more practice with the letter Tav, play this game on JiTap:
Tav Trains to hold the Torah
Shavua Tov Yeadim!
Our Hebrew letter of the week is…Resh!
It will help you to remember the letter resh if you think of it like the Hebrew “R” only the “rrr” sound it makes is more in your throat like this:
Now stand up and make the letter resh with your body:
This is how we print the letter resh:
Now let’s practice on paper:
Here is your work for the letter resh. Remember that you can work on it at your own pace.
When you are done, please take a picture and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about the letter resh, play this week’s assigned alef-bet game on JiTap: Resh rushes to be Rosh
Welcome back! We hope you all had a wonderful Pesach break!
This week we will be learning a new letter…
The letter Tzadi
Let’s make the letter Tzadi with our bodies:
This is how to print the letter Tzadi:
Now it is your turn …take your luach (hand) and etzbah ha’kesem (magic finger) and practice 3 times:
This is how to print it on paper.
I used a marker so you can see but you can use a pencil at home.
Here is your written work for the week. Click on the arrow to print. Remember to take your time and do your best work.
Tzadi is in words like:
There is also a Tzadi sofit. We print it differently when it is at the end of a word. It looks like a backwards y.
***Please note that there is a mistake in the print out. The word etzbah (finger) begins with an aleph, not an ayin.
Here is more practice for learning the letter ג
This game is all in Hebrew and teaches the proper directions for printing the letter as well as the phonetic breakdown of words with ג.