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Aleph Champ Hebrew Reading

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The Aleph Champ Program provides an exciting way for students ages 6 and up to learn to read Hebrew.

Aleph Champ uses the color system used in karate--“white belt to “black belt”--to motivate students. This system allows each student to move along at his/her individual pace. Whether your child is a beginner or already has some reading skills, your child will gain from the Aleph champ system. It is our goal to provide your child with the ability to walk into a synagogue and read from a Siddur. The time is divided into reading, workbook time,

To see the Aleph Champ Levels, click here.

First year students in grades K-2 will learn the Hebrew alphabet in preparation for Aleph Champ.

Jewish History

The students gain an appreciation of our heritage and culture that has been preserved throughout the ages. This is taught through the stories of the Torah, as well as through the fascinating history of our people in Israel and the diaspora.

Holidays & Shabbat

The students will explore the traditions and celebrations of the Jewish Holidays and Shabbat. They will learn about the story behind the holidays, and how the holidays are still relevant in modern times.

Jewish Values

The students will gain pride in their Jewish identity. They will learn about the soul, Jewish names, Mitzvot and ethical values. Each class will focus on one curriculum. (Curriculums rotate through the years).

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