Homework and Resources

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Hebrew Homework

JRC religious school students will be placed in Hebrew language classes by proficiency level. Homework for each group will be posted below. 

Hebrew Alphabet Practice Sheets 

Click each lesson to download. 

Match the letter to its name 

Match the letter to its sound

Match the vowel to its sound

Which is masculine, which is feminine? 


Hebrew Reviews and Resources
 

AlephBet chart:
https://betamshalom.org/sites/default/files/site_pdfs/hebrew_letter_chart.pdf

Behrman House Hebrew Reading practice:
Parents who don't read Hebrew can check a child's pronunciation by clicking on the word to hear if it is correct.  

http://www.behrmanhouse.com/click-and-read-free 

http://www.behrmanhouse.com/click-and-pray-free  (These are prayers that correspond to the Hineni books used in class.)

http://www.behrmanhouse.com/aleynu-reconstructionist-version  (Reconstructionist versions of prayers that are adapted; from this page, you can link to several prayers)


6th Grade Family History Museum 

Here you will find the forms for the 6th grade family history unit. If you have any questions about these materials, you can contact your teachers. 

Introduction Letter to Parents

Tips for Successful Interviewing

Family Interview Questions

Interview about Our Family's Oldest Known Ancestor

Tangible Heirloom Record

Intangible Heirloom Record

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Our enriching and diverse preschool program is based on progressive Jewish values, is open to families of all religious backgrounds, and focuses on the importance of relationships between students, teachers, and families. 

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The Religious School provides JRC children with the building blocks they need to engage throughout their lives in Jewish exploration, community and activism.

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The Green Synagogue and the Pillars of Chai

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In 2008, we built the first platinum LEED-certified green synagogue in North America. The construction required 18 pillars - the number in Hebrew that also means "chai" or "life." 

Now, more than ten years later, JRC has launched the Pillars of Chai Campaign to raise $4.4m to wholly own our beloved building. 

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Discover the sustainable technology of our building