Virtual Field Trips
Prince of Egypt Auerbach CAJE’s resource (came out when the movie was released)
Holocaust Websites (since public schools are required to teach about the Holocaust, there are many webquests on public school sites that address this issue)
Nuremberg Laws Webquest This webquest has some nice links to Nuremberg resources. It’s on a free webserver, though, and the popups are incredibly annoying
Remember the Holocaust Anne Frank webquest
Anne Frank and the Children of the Holocaust another Anne Frank webquest
Sites Kids Will Love
Israel Word Search http://shamash.org/israel/javagames/wordsearch1.shtml
The Jewish Children’s Learning Network: http://www.akhlah.com/. Written for children, this site has some great information for educators to use as background or enrichment material.
Dr. Nurit Reshef’s site: http://www.ualberta.ca/~yreshef/nurit.htm Nurit has a lot of games that she has designed, fun wordsearch puzzles, etc. The site takes some time to load.
http://learn.jtsa.edu/topics/kids/index.shtml JTSA Kids’ Corner. Features good background information, printables.
Hebrew quizzes http://www.newslate.com/
Babaganewz: http://www.babaganewz.com/. This is the companion website to Babaganewz magazine, the monthly classroom magazine for grades 4 – 7. Each issue is organized around a Jewish value.
Canaan Hora : http://www.torah4kids.net/ Sponsored by a Toronto synagogue, this site is written for kids about the weekly parasha. You can go to the archives for information on other parashiot.
Behrman House: http://www.behrmanhouse.com/family/ This Behrman House offering is touted as a resource for parents to support their child’s Hebrew education. It’s an excellent resource for teacher to use in the classroom as well.
Navigating the Bible http://bible.ort.org/intro1.asp?lang=1
Online course on writing Hebrew letters (print and script) http://www.levsoftware.com/verses.htm
Links to Software Companies
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