The Aleph-Bet Quiz at Akhlah, The jewish children's
learning network .
finally here!! Alef Bet Pages. A new letter each week from
Play with the letters in Puzzle
designed by Rafi
your imagination run wild! For Purim, Create your own Mask & Crown
Try this exciting new online activity to learn how to type on
keyboard. This applet uses our newest technology, so be sure to
Quizzes with Pictures . Note, these quizzes require Hebrew
for students of Hebrew as a second language. Students can practice
nouns, verbs and adjectives in Hebrew.
at morim.com, your teachers and Hebrew for Me bring you a java applet game
called A Hebrew Class. This game is mostly for our younger visitors,
but will certainly amuse their parents.
After the Java program loads below, you start with an empty canvas
and a list of Hebrew words on the right.
Add objects by dragging Hebrew words onto the canvas. (Dragging
means clicking and holding the mouse button while moving the mouse.)
As you drag an object, the word for it is highlighted.
Move an object around in the canvas by dragging it. Remove an
object by dragging it off the canvas. When you drag an object,
it moves to the front of the scene.
To clear the canvas and start over, click on the eraser.
the colors appear dull or speckled, try changing the number of
colors on your display. The Java implementation in some browsers
alters colors when the display is set to 256 colors, some alter
the colors when the display is not set to 256 colors, and some
work correctly all the time. (See your computer manual for how
to change the number of display colors.)
Sorry, your browser is not Java-enabled (or you have Java turned off). This means, unfortunately, that you can't play Un Cours d'Hébreu.
We recommend the use of Netscape Communicator or Microsoft Internet Explorer.