Saturday, February 2, 2008

Writing Hebrew Letters Resources to print


Here's one of the Aleph-Bet Charts I use in class. You can download it here: http://homepage.mac.com/outigould/AlefBet/page5/files/AlefBetChart.jpg

Practice printing Aleph Bet Block letters
http://homepage.mac.com/outigould/AlefBet/page5/files/BlockPrint.pdf
(the page is backwards for learning Hebrew - writing practice should always begin at the far right and proceed to the left of the page)

Practice printing Aleph Bet "cursive" letters (This is how Hebrew is actually handwritten. Printing "block" letters are taught in order to reinforce recognition of the letters.)
http://homepage.mac.com/outigould/AlefBet/page5/files/CursiveGuide.pdf
Letters are organized according to progression of lifting pencil from paper to complete letter.

Practice sheet
http://homepage.mac.com/outigould/AlefBet/page5/files/AlefBetCURSIVE.pdf

2 comments:

G. Raine McLellan said...
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G. Raine McLellan said...

Todah rabbah!

This will definitely help me along in my attempt to learn Hebrew.

Shalom