My students have been using Hebrew School Fun’s game-based learning card games to learn letters, vowels, and prayers for years because they love them and learn from them.
This year I’m introducing Hebrew School Fun’s vocabulary and holiday decks because I want each student, K-6, to learn 75 words in Hebrew in celebration of Israel’s 75th birthday. I feel there’s no better way for my students to learn these words than by playing these card games with their friends and family. I wish they were a staple in every school because I’ve seen my students relax, focus, laugh and learn by playing Go Fish, Memory, War, Bingo and lots of other games using them!
~ Sharon Solomon, Educational Director, TempleBeth Sholom, Roslyn Heights, NY
Having Fun and Learning
While waiting for a flight to Tel Aviv, our aunt, a Hebrew School teacher, pulled out a deck of Hebrew cards to play with the kids. We all joined in, making the wait time go so quickly. During the trip the kids would play Old Maid or Showdown (their favorites). They loved the games and we did too, because they were having fun (and learning!), while we had time to relax.
~ Brooke and Justin Kaplan, Parents, Birmingham, Alabama
Fun Way to Learn
Your Religious school card games are a hit with our students and teachers. They're a fun way to learn the alphabet, vowels and prayers, and they're perfect for children of all ages and abilities. Since they supplement any program, and there's no preparation time needed, they've become a staple in our school.
~ Beth Nelson, Educational Director, Temple Sinai, Sharon, MA
My students are having so much fun playing all the different games you offer! They’ve been a great learning tool, especially for learning prayers. And the best thing is that we can use them with one child, a small group or an entire class!
~ Merissa Hochberg, Educational Director, Central Synagogue, NY, NY