On this page you'll find lyrics and links to songs that help us with our curricular goals.
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Jewish Months - singing the Jewish months to the "William Tell Overture" help us remember them!
Tishre - Heshvan - Kislev - Tevet - Shvat - Adar - Nisan - Iyar - Sivan - Tamuz - Av - Elul - The Jewish (Hebrew) months are really cool!




The Hebrew Alphabet - singing the Hebrew alphabet to the familiar melody for the English alphabet, help us remember the sequence of letters:
Alef - Bet - Gimel - Dalet - Hey - Vav - Zayin - Het - Tet
Yud - Kaf - Lamed - Mem
Nun - Samekhh - Ayin - Pey
Tzadi - Kuf - Reysh - Shin - Tav
Et ha'alef-bet tov la'daat (its good to know the alphabet).



The Numbers song - learn to count in Hebrew
Ehat- Shtayim - Shalosh - sim yadaim al ha rosh (1-2-3- put your hands on your head)
Arba - Hamesh - Shesh - etzbaot li yesh (4-5-6 fingers I have)
Sheva - Shmoneh - al ha'peh (7-8 on my mouth)
Teysha - Eser - Ehad Esreh (9-10-11)
To 11 I can count, I'm so happy I could shout!


The Days of the Week - Practice the days of the week with this well- known Shabbat song (you can pretend to hammer with your fists for all days, then on shabbat do a restful/celebratory sign):
Yom Rishon (Su) - Yom Sheini (Mo) - Yom Shlishi (Tu) - Yom Revii (W) - Yom Hamishi (Th) - Yom Shishi (F) - Yom Shabbat (Sa)
We work - avoda - all the days (yom) of the week - Sunday - Friday. On Shabbat - we rest - menuha. On Shabbat - we rejoice - simha