Ji Alef-Bet Stage 3: Understanding Prayer and Text

Jewish Interactive

The series of Ji Tap games teaches all about Tefillah and how to start understanding what the prayers are saying.  There are games on the names of G-d, games on the Shema, Adon Olam and more.

Each game explores a different prayer and also brings in torah text.  Through these text, skills of recognizing Hebrew prefixes and suffixes are developed as well as recognizing root letters.

For 2nd grade and up.

Ji Alef-Bet Stage 3 is the 4th series of games in the Ji Alef-Bet curriculum.  The first stage introduces letters and vowels, the 2nd stage develops reading, Mish Mash Letters explores letters that are often confused and how we can learn to tell them apart, and Ji Alef-Bet Stage 3 is about Tefilah, decoding and learning about grammar in order to start understanding the prayers we read and the text we chant.

Included is an educators guide and printable recourses to facilitate blended learning.

Use Ji Alef-Bet Stage 3 to introduce or review the main prayers, introduce and practice Hebrew grammar, and learn the meaning behind our prayers and Jewish texts.


Area of Work

  • FE - Family Engagement
  • DS&Y - Day Schools and Yeshivas
  • CL - Congregational Learning
  • AS&B - After School and Beyond

Resource Type

  • Curriculum
  • Game
  • Guide
  • Online Activity

Resource Topic

  • Hebrew


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