• This book is a beginning grammar workbook that covers the basics of Dikduk through present, past, and future tenses and conjugations in Binyan Kal. It introduces and reinforces the concepts of single/plural, masculine/feminine and the agreement of adjective and nouns. Other subject areas include word suffixes that indicate possession, concept of different tenses, locating the shoresh of a verb and word prefixes. The book also includes many exercises to reinforce the material presented. After completing the workbook, a basic knowledge of Hebrew Dikduk should be mastered
  • These workbooks are designed with two primary goals, to facilitate and reinforce classroom instruction and to enhance specific skills development. The parsha is divided into units that are subdivided into five or six sections. Each section is broken down further into specific exercises. The exercises are meant to reinforce and deal with the following: the understanding of common vocabulary and of more difficult vocabulary; specific and general comprehension of posuk content; sequencing of events; overall central theme; identification of shorashim in verbs and the location of words with a common shoresh. There is a review section at the end of each unit.
  • These workbooks are designed with two primary goals, to facilitate and reinforce classroom instruction and to enhance specific skills development. The parsha is divided into units that are subdivided into five or six sections. Each section is broken down further into specific exercises. The exercises are meant to reinforce and deal with the following: the understanding of common vocabulary and of more difficult vocabulary; specific and general comprehension of posuk content; sequencing of events; overall central theme; identification of shorashim in verbs and the location of words with a common shoresh. There is a review section at the end of each unit.
  • The first of our series of workbooks, Ksav Rashi has become a phenomenal success since it was first published in 1981. It is used in Hebrew Day Schools and Yeshivas across the country and abroad, by thousands of children and even adults. This workbook enables a student to develop a familiarity with Rashi script and its relationship with the regular Hebrew alphabet and to develop a reading fluency of common words and abbreviations found in Rashi text. The book is divided into three parts. Included are, reading exercises, writing tasks, visual memory exercises, letter discrimination, and sight recognition. This workbook has proven to be a classic in teaching the Rashi alphabet and in developing fluency and comprehension in the text.
  • This workbook is designed as an independent practice book. It provides a systematic introduction to basic Hebrew vocabulary. The 30 units consist of groups of interrelated vocabulary words introduced and labeled with a given picture A story using the words then follows, facilitating comprehension and integration of the words.
  • This workbook was developed to improve accuracy and fluency in Hebrew reading. It is designed to help students master the basic reading or kriah skills that a child needs to build all future learning. It is presumed that the student already has a basic knowledge of the Hebrew alphabet and nekudos, but has never mastered specific reading and fluency skills. The workbook is divided into 10 sections -each lesson introducing a specific sub-skill. Included are independent exercises to reinforce each skill being taught Subjects covered are areas of common confusion, such as, areas distinguishing nekudos, dagesh, shin and sin, and vocal and silent letters. The introduction specifies the most effective methods for teaching oral as well as silent reading. It is expected that the student will greatly benefit by having those reading skills taught in a systematic/multi modality manner, while also having the opportunity to build other important skills related to reading, such as following directions and organization.
  • This book is designed to develop familiarity and a working knowledge of  288 words commonly found in Chumash. The program can be used for class  exercises and/or individual work for enrichment purposes. The focus is  on developing a student's self-sufficiency in translating and  understanding new pesukim in Chumash. Ample activities are provided for  maximum reinforcement.

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