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Alephbeit for Beginners from Psalm 119 by Lydia Hirn | Foundations Press

 

Features of This Course:

  • Learn how to pronounce and write the Hebrew consonants.
  • Learn what each Hebrew letter represents.
  • Use Psalm 119 to practice identifying the Hebrew letters and copying Hebrew verses.
  • Memorize 135 Modern Hebrew vocabulary words that can be used right away in daily life.
  • Reinforce what you have learned with fun exercises and quizzes.
  • Review with included flashcards and vocabulary word lists.

 

Our Review: 

This book is designed for students at the Kindergarten level/age and I find it perfect for my rising Kindergarten student. The spiral binding makes it easy to use and the pages (264) are simple black text on white paper. There is plenty of room for writing and drawing where needed. The lesson layout at the beginning of the book gives a helpful recommendation for using the course. Easy to use for a home school mom with no Hebrew knowledge. A fun/ enjoyable learning style for a young student. This is the first of a four book curriculum series. I highly recommend. 

The book suggests accessing her website for videos, audios, and more learning materials for the Hebrew language. 

About the Author:

Lydia Hirn, author and blogger, is a homeschooling graduate from Michigan and is sister to 14 siblings. She is experienced with children’s evangelism outreach, worship and song writing, and photography. She has a love for Israel and for Scripture study and copywork, especially in Hebrew, the original language of the Bible. Visit her at Lydia Lu Languages for encouraging blog posts, language-learning videos and audios, and of course, her Hebrew curriculum books and other products.

Grab your copy at Lydia Lu Languages or Foundations Press.

Lydia-Lu Hirn provided this book to help facilitate the writing of an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.

 

 

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