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Learn the Hebrew alphabet in a creative way with this large, 32 piece color in puzzle set. Attach a letter to the previous letter and decorate it as you learn it. A large, color in puzzle piece as this one provides for multiple learning methods. Take some or all the pieces on the go in the supplied box and use them as flash cards. Color a few at a time when staying over at someones place or during long car rides. If learning at home or at school, put the puzzle together on the floor and each day look it over to review what you have learned thus far. The large size makes it perfect to see from afar but also is ideal for a group of children to stand around and learn the letters at the same time. The 8 inch puzzle pieces can also be colored in portions at a time by the same student / child in repeat sessions or by different students. At the end of the designated learning time frame, the children will have learned all the letters of the Hebrew alphabet and enjoyed the time spent learning them.

Product Details :
  • Number of Puzzle Pieces : 32
  • Assembly Required : No
  • Batteries Required : No
  • Batteries Included : No
  • Item Weight : 1.92 Kg
  • Package Dimensions : 24.2 x 23.8 x 6.5 cm
  • Manufacturer's Minimum Suggested Age (years) : 3

  • Product Features :
  • Have Fun learning the letters of Hebrew Alphabet with this large 64 x 32 inch Puzzle.
  • Kids color in and stylize each letter on the large 8 inch puzzle piece as they learn them
  • Perfect not only for kids, ages 3 and up, but also anyone looking to learn the Hebrew alphabet in a fun and creative way.
  • A memento that parents will be proud to hang onto years after their children have long learned the alphabet
  • A great learning aid for a year long curriculum at a Hebrew school
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