Hebrew Software of all kinds
Living Word Pictures (more Ancient Hebrew)
Brad Scott's Study Tool List
Hebrew Audio Bible Online
For the Littles ( 3,4, & 6):
Children's Parsha - Quiz (We use their quiz, but are leary of their reading which has some "tradition" intermingled more than we like.)
Morah Morah Teach Me Torah - This is a wonderful resource to teach Torah to your littlest students 3-7. Mine love it!
Torah Family Living - This is a sweet friend's website that is worth putting on your favorites page. She offers encouragement for a Torah Family Lifestyle that is very down to earth. There are monthly e- newsletters, activities for children, child training, homeschool encouragement and lot of resources. She was homeschooled and now home schools her children. Heidi and Doug are committed to raising their children in purity and truth.
Torah School - This is a wonderful supplementary tool you can use in the form a blog devoted to teaching children Torah.
Torah Family - This is an "up and coming" website that offer encouragement for Families who walk in The Way.
Hebrew Letter of the Day and other Hebrew resources.
We read aloud from many resources. Here are a few sources we like: Lamplighter Books , Rod & Staff Books, Many of these are conservative Christian resources, so I must warn that their are some doctrinal issues of conflict present in many of these books. I hope to make a more comprehensive library list for you one day.
Bible Color by Numbers
Christian Liberty Readers
Outside play daily (Phys ed)
Puzzles, Games, Playdough, Art
Can You Find Me and Building Thinking Skills from The Critical Thinking Company
Copywork – I make worksheets using a Scripture from Instructions in Righteousness which helps me to reinforce our Character training with Scripture in our school work.
Miscelanious printables and resources found at differnt places listed.- After 100 books Naomi (6) gets to do Torah Keeping Maidens (with her big sister) and Piano lessons with mom and read from the NCV Bible.
For Our Older Students (10,12):
- Saxon Math
- We use the parsha of the week feature at FFOZ for us and the older kids. We ask that our students read segments (assigned each day) and than to bring 3 things about that portion to the family worship time each evening, either questions or observations.
- Copywork – they copy the Parsha in Script in the segments in which they read each week
- Hebrew lessons
- Hebraic Dance
- Worship Practice (Piano, guitar and soon to be violin!)
- Outside Daily
- Keepers of the Faith/Contenders of the Faith Projects
- How Great Thou Art
- Lamplighter read-aloud
- Considering God's Creation
- Remembering God's Awsome Acts
Character Journal -Tools to help train in character
One Torah For All - Wonderful Bible Study and Hebrew Resources
Hearts In Training Free Notebook Printables - I am blessed to call Sigalit Chana a friend and she puts out some great resources here!
Bright Lights - Descipling our Daughters
Hope Chest Legacy
Field Trips at Your Fingertips!
Growing Kids God's Way - Child Training
No Greater Joy - Child Training (But Replacement Theology is present in other materials)
Sheparding a Child's Heart - Child Training
Five Love Languages A great way to help reach your children (and spouses) heart
Ben and I are also working on writing a few resources too! Stay tuned! :-)
A lesson to live by!
It Was a Matter of Self-Offense (19 min) from 119 Ministries on Vimeo.