Hebrew Helps

A Primer for Biblical Hebrew

   This Primer was written by Sarah Smith as she taught the first four Smith children Hebrew. It was designed for Front Cover of Primer for Biblical Hebrew: Student Manualelementary-age children, though even adults might find it a good source for learning the Hebrew letters and the beginning mechanics of the language.  It is intended to help those without prior knowledge of Hebrew, and walks the teacher and learner slowly and clearly through the beginning of their Hebrew journey.
Every lesson has a Reading and a Writing page, and is heavily focused on vocabulary memorization, with generally three new words to learn per lesson. The worksheets are found in the Student Manual, with answer keys, grammatical information, and other teaching help in a separate Teacher’s Manual, (the link to purchase is at the bottom of the page).

 

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Below are the Primer’s Table of Contents, a sample reading page, a writing page, and, further down, some coloring page examples.

Hebrew primer writing page
Hebrew Primer student manual Table of Contents
Hebrew primer reading page
Hebrew primer coloring page

Sample coloring page

This picture teaches the definition of the Hebrew word halak, (shown at the bottom center of the coloring page). It is a verb  meaning “to walk or move”.

Sample coloring page

This picture teaches the definition of the Hebrew word bo, meaning “to enter or go in”.

Hebrew primer coloring page of animals and ark