K'tav B'kalut (Hebrew Script)

K'tav B'kalut (Hebrew Script)

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Item #: 002720
ISBN: 9781891627675
Grades: 2

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This is the Handwriting Without Tears method, being applied to Hebrew script. This book was written for children who know the Hebrew alphabet and are ready for Hebrew script. It is appropriate for all levels of reading comprehension, and is designed for children with all different learning styles.

The book reads like traditional Hebrew, so the book will appear to work backward. The teacher section is in the back of the book and includes classroom set up, posture, paper placement, pencil skills, multi-sensory teaching strategies, and lesson strategies for the workbook pages. The student pages include letter pages, word pages, sentence, and other pages. The Hebrew alphabet is included at the front of the book. This book doesn't teach the pronunciation of the letters, just the formation of the letters.

Primary Subject
Handwriting
Grade
2
ISBN
9781891627675
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Handwriting Without Tears
Weight
0.5 (lbs.)
Dimensions
7.5" x 5.5" x 0.5"
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This is the best book available for little children to learn to write Hebrew script! Rainbow Resource has the best price.
Ruben V on Jan 25, 2021
We're taking Hebrew for Homeschoolers online and needed this book.
Meredith B on Aug 4, 2020
This is the best book available for little children to learn to write Hebrew script! Rainbow Resource has the best price.
Ruben V on Jan 25, 2021
Learning Hebrew with 12 and the online course recommended this for practice
Rachel M on Jan 15, 2021
We're taking Hebrew for Homeschoolers online and needed this book.
Meredith B on Aug 4, 2020
even though my kids are older, I like the clear directions and simplicity of this handwriting program so they can practice.
User on Jul 24, 2020
To teach myself to write Hebrew :)
Janelle F on Jun 24, 2017
To help our sign writing and learning Hebrew Script.
Samuel B on Jan 22, 2016
Learning Hebrew with 12 and the online course recommended this for practice
Rachel M on Jan 15, 2021
even though my kids are older, I like the clear directions and simplicity of this handwriting program so they can practice.
User on Jul 24, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Script Practice & Basic Vocabulary
Using with teens. Not too silly. Does the job. A few of the letters are different from what I was taught in Modern Hebrew in college.
October 12, 2020
Purchased
10 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Overall good book to learn script.
This book teaches Hebrew script which is how people write Hebrew. People don’t usually write in print they just read in print , unless they are writing something more official. It was a good introduction. It didn’t have much practice of looking at print and then transcribing in script. So we used this as an introduction.
July 6, 2020
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Not what I'd hoped for
Handwriting Without Tears is great as always, and I got this book for myself (an adult!), but I was expecting to learn to write in a way that was similar to the Hebrew alphabet I've learned to read. This is Hebrew SCRIPT, and many of the script letters look quite different from printing or traditional font you might have seen elsewhere. For me this was really confusing since I was basically having to re-learn many of the letters. BUT, if Hebrew SCRIPT is what you are looking for, this looks to be a great option! :)
August 14, 2017
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
We're hoping to move to Israel in two years so I wanted to introduce Hebrew writing in a way that was familiar and comfortable - in English This book is completely PERFECT! We are using HWT for our other handwriting and many of the same methods are found in this book There's a teacher's guide included at the back of the book that also explains a bit about the origins of the book - Jan Olsen author of HWT was approached by some Jewish schools about creating a handwriting program and she was amazed at how well her techniques transferred to Hebrew - as am I! this book assumes some familiarity with Hebrew but not much It lacks the friendly step-by-step instruction mnemonics ("bump down around" "run the bases") for drawing the individual letter shapes but what it DOES offer is gentle practice repetition with vocabulary and sentence-building Your child will learn the language as he/she learns to write Script writing isn't essential for Bible or Torah study but to interact with modern Hebrew as a living language is essential - and this wonderful book holds the key!
June 8, 2011


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