I created a new site called: Learn Hebrew Signs
Learn Hebrew Signs is a free, on-line, educational resource to learn Hebrew words in a fun way.
The site includes 435 photos of Hebrew signs.
Below each photo is the Hebrew text with nikud (vowels) and an English translation of the text.
Sign locations include:
The Old City of Jerusalem, Canion Malcha and Canion Adumim (malls),
The Jerusalem Central Bus Station, Hebrew University, Hadassah Hospital,
The Israel Museum, The Jerusalem Biblical Zoo, and the streets of Israel.
Feedback is welcome.
Please share the site. Thank you!
Have a great summer!
Sunday, June 30, 2013
Monday, June 10, 2013
Today, I went to the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo to take photos for
a special project I am working on.
I decided to take extra photos and I added them to my Jerusalem
Photo Gallery at:
I also added the photos to a Facbook album at:
Please share the site. Thanks!
Have a good night,
Sunday, June 9, 2013
I created a set of 23 English - Hebrew vocabulary study sheets for the topic "Cooking and Baking".
The study sheets include 175 words in Hebrew (with vowels) and each word has an English translation and transliteration.
The address is:
Use the arrow icons on the top of each page to move from page to page.
For an index of all 293 study sheets visit:
Please share this free educational resource. Thank you!
Shavua Tov and Chodesh Tov!
Have a good week and a good month!
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Today, I was in the Israel Museum taking photos for a project I am working on. I have not been to the museum in many years and I was amazed. I spent four hours there and I did not get to see everything. The Judaica section is especially interesting including re-creations of several synagogues from around the world.
If you have not visited the museum recently, it is definitely worth spending a day there. The entrance fee includes a wireless audio device (in several languages) to listen to descriptions of various exhibits. Very nice application.
While I was visiting the museum, I was also looking for an 8th century BCE king's seal that my grandmother, Shoshana Richman z"l, donated over 35 years ago in memory of my grandfather z"l Jacob Richman.
I found it and posted photos at:
I also posted the photos in a Facebook album at:
I saw a black and white photo of the seal but this is the first time I saw the actual seal. Very Cool!
Have a good night,