We learn from Kabbalah that the Aleph Bet is not like other alphabets.

Each letter has depth and meaning of its own and learning the letters themselves are the goal since each letter is so holy.

Because the Aleph bet is so holy, we have a specific guide for how to teach it. Following this method illuminates the child’s soul and imbues a sensitivity to spirituality.


Karate Inspiration

What do Karate and Hebrew Reading have in common you ask?

Karate is a traditional art that is divided into ten colored levels. Moving up a level is a proof of hard work and determination and is therefore a source of pride.  

Aleph Champ takes inspiration from Karate and divides Hebrew reading skills  into 10 colored levels. There are fun games and activities to help the students meet their goals. Moving up a level is Aleph Champ is a source of pride for students and this makes them self motivated to succeed. Self motivated students is a quality that is unique to the Aleph Champ Hebrew Reading program.


Practice At Home!

Don't let your Aleph Bet reading fall back in the summer or between breaks. Practice at home to always progess and be ready to pass the next level!


White Aleph - Letters Aleph - Final Nun

Red Aleph - Letters Samech - Taf

Orange Aleph - Vowels Kamatz, Patach & Tzeirei

Yellow Aleph - Vowels Sh'va, Cholam, Chirik

Green Aleph - Vowles Kubootz, Shooruk

Blue Aleph - Vowel Excpetions to the rule

Purple Aleph - Master 23 words per minute

Brown Aleph - Master 33 words per minute