‘Dot by Dot’ is a Kriah curriculum designed for children learning Nekudos. ‘Dot by Dot’ uses a variety of skills throughout the workbook to make this book enjoyable for each student.
The worksheets introduce each Nekudah in a fun manner. A child is guided step by step as they learn the different sounds, and letter combinations. Letters blend into words, and Hebrew reading begins!
A few of our favorite features are:
* Full color worksheets
* Real words throughout the book
* 25 worksheets per Nekudah
* A variety of skill based worksheets
* Short stories to read and illustrate, with each Nekudah
* Full curriculum spanning a classrooms needs for Reader, Workbooks, Center games & Homework sheets!
Do you run a Hebrew School or a Day School?
Are you currently home schooling your child?
Are you looking for extra learning to supplement the daily classroom homework?
Browse through our sample pages and I am sure you will find 'Dot by Dot' just as appealing as any child will!
We also offer a variety of Hebrew reading games as an add on to the curriculum or as a separate learning tool.
Our Happy Customers!
"I have been using the first two volumes to teach my daughter Kriah and she absolutely loves it and is always very motivated to read.
This is exactly the kind of book I was looking for when teaching my other children but it did not exist at that time. Thank you for putting all this work together and enabling us to make it a pleasure to teach Kriah."
Nechamie Greenberg, Pudong China
"What a fun, creative Kriya book! My student finished the 2nd book and asked me about the 3rd the day it was printed! What good timing! His favorite part is when he reads and illustrates the stories, then he knows he's mastered that Nekuda and the words have meaning to them.
The directions are so clear that my student can read it on his own and follow the directions. Thank you for a wonderful, modern workbook and
Malky S., Montreal, Quebec
"I was so happy to open my computer today and find the game for Chodesh Iyar. I can't tell you how motivated my children are to work in the books as well as play the games during Center Time.
Since the Derech of my classroom is DIFFERENTIATED EDUCATION to the max your books and games are such a wonderful tool.
Tizkee L'mitzvot and may Hashem grant you the Koach to continue your work."
Sheryl Hecht, Early Childhood Director
Hebrew Academy of Nassau County-- Plainview Campus