Hebrew Programs for Every Learner

We offer three Hebrew programs to provide a variety of learning options. We help our partners choose the right program or programs based on their student’s needs.

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Group Learning with Self-Paced Options

Both Torah Aura and JLearnHub include comprehensive materials for educators to teach Hebrew decoding and Tefillot (prayers) in a group setting — onsite or online for grades 3-7. Both provide self-paced online activities for students to listen to letters, prayers, and melodies and record themselves. Educators can mix and match prayers from both curricula.


Torah Aura

JLearn Hub

Learn to read methodology Provides visual cueing to learn Hebrew keywords and incorporates movement to learn action words Provides mnemonic tricks to teach letters
Additional activities Periodic virtual tours of Israel that connect to Hebrew learnings Printable packets to teach letters and vowels
Tefillot (prayers) 27 prayers 17 prayers
Prayer teaching focus Prayer meaning and keywords through interpretation Translation with modern Hebrew vocabulary

What Program is Right for You?

Learn more about the different teaching styles of each program

A 1:1 Curriculum Option

Let’s Learn Hebrew Side-by-Side is a self-paced program based on learning the sounds of Hebrew where students participate in lessons and learning activities on their own schedule. All Let’s Learn Hebrew students need a learning facilitator to work with students one-on-one to review their work, assess progress, and provide assistance.

The sound-to-print methodology can be a great fit for students aged 10-13 that have been exposed to the sounds of Hebrew and are now ready to learn decoding. Schools have found it particularly helpful for students that learn better in a one-to-one environment or need extra preparation for B’nai Mitzvah.

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By practicing aloud in a one-on-one learning environment, students get instant reinforcement for correct or incorrect decoding and can build a positive relationship with their learning facilitator.

“It felt like ShalomLearning fell from the sky into our laps. It’s wonderful having a partner who understands our field – the challenges and resistance. The commitment to excellence and accessibility is inspiring.”
Cathy Gordon
Wilshire Boulevard Synagogue, Los Angeles, CA

Still Have Questions?

We are happy to help talk through the differences between the three programs and help you determine which one is right for your students.

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