|Gedolim||Gedolim Stories with Pictures|
A collection of inspiring and uplifting stories about a cross-section of Gedolim, spanning the Rishonim period until modern times.
|A great stand alone subject that can be done in the begininning and/or end of each conference to grab their interest and spice up the lesson while teaching them good Middos at the same time. The pictures of Gedolim can be given out in advance with numbers near them to enable the teacher to reference back to them while saying the story.||The teacher can show the class the Gadol picture while saying the story.|
Rabbi Dovid Cohen
Around 85 beautiful bite-sized stories about our Gedolim which can be told during classroom down-time, as part of a lesson, or as an addition to a weekly newsletter.
|A great stand alone subject that can be done in the begininning and/or end of each conference to grab their interest and spice up the lesson while teaching them good Middos at the same time.||In addition, the teacher can show the class a picture of that Gadol while saying the story.|
|Dinim and halacha||V’chai Bahem: Dinim|
Mrs. Rochel Possick
These illustrated sheets go through the daily halachos of the morning routine of awakening, washing hands, dressing, etc.
|Teacher should hand out these sheets in advance and students should follow along and fill in the blanks as the lesson is being said.||Students can follow along while the teacher shows them the sheets she is discussing.|
|Emunah||Yud Gimmel Ikrei Emunah in English :Song|
Mrs. Rivky Greenberger
A nicely formatted English song composed by Rabbi Mordechai Dubin summarizing each of the 13 Ani Ma’amin.
|Especially during these trying times, Emunah is a most necessary and crucial tool to help students view these days with the right perspective. The teacher can teach it and then have the girls sing along every day at the end of the conference to drill the concepts in them, and at the same time, end the conference in an enjoyable way.|
|Dikduk||Lashon Zachar and Nekeiva Number Signs|
Lakewood Teachers Center Torah Umesorah
These signs are cleverly designed to remind the students of the genders of the Hebrew numbers. Each number features the correct amount of either boy or girl characters. For example, the male form of the number seven, Shivah, features seven little boy characters. The signs are bright and colorful and will serve as an excellent self-teaching display in the classroom.
|These sheets should be copied and compiled into two booklets; one for Zachar and one for Nekeiva so that the students can follow along as it is being taught.||The colored posters can also be shown to the class as it is being taught.|
|Ivris||Chelkei Haguf Poster|
Toronto Teachers Center Torah Umesorah
Use this happy girl to teach your students the names of the body parts in Hebrew. This poster clearly labels twelve body parts – forehead, nose, mouth, stomach, knee, foot, thigh, hand, elbow, ear, eye, and eyebrow.
|Copies of this poster should preferably be given out in advance so that the students can follow along and have visual aids.||The teacher can show the poster while teaching it and hand out in advance sheets for the students to fill in while learning.|
|Dikduk||Prefix Memory Game|
Mrs. A Turoff
|It would be best if these sheets could be handed out in advance. The girls can use this as a review game to play on their own time after the lesson.||Divide the class into two teams. Give everyone a number, having someone on the other team having the same number. The teacher picks up a prefix and girl number one from each team race eachother to type in the defintion first. The team with the most points wins.|