The Sooner You Expose A Baby To A Second Language, The Smarter They’ll Be
Expose your child to another language and give him or her a leg up, cognitively, socially and more.
More and more studies show that babies raised in bilingual environments or exposed to more than one language develop core cognitive skills like decision-making and problem-solving faster than other kids — and often even before they even speak.
MazorBooks has a growing library of Hebrew for English Speaking Kids
Check these books out:
Color the Alef-Bet (ages 3-6)
and The Hebrew Alphabet: Read, Write & Color (ages 6 & up)
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King Solomon and the Bee
Now available in print!
King Solomon and the Bee retells the charming story of an encounter between the legendary King of Israel, Solomon the Wise, and a little bee he teaches the powerful king to refrain from judging others based on how they look.
Enrich your child’s library with another MazorBooks volume, which will entertain your kid while it also teaches valuable life lessons.
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Color the Aleph-Bet and The Hebrew Alphabet: Read, Write and Color
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Excellent opportunity to buy your kids the “A Taste of Hebrew” series for English Speaking Kids, including its latest installment, Fruits in Hebrew – At Old Country Grove.
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Perhaps it’s a bit early, as Chanukah (Hanukkah) is still months away and the first light of the menorah will only be lit on the eve of December 25, this year – but perhaps not. Is it ever too early to teach kids the value of gratitude and compassion?
The Jewish Book Council just published the following review of The Clever Dreidel’s Chanukah Wishes by Christine Maasdam.
The Clever Dreidel’s Chanukah Wishes by Sarah Mazor | Jewish Book Council
Mazor uses a clever dreidel to present thoughtful Chanukah rhymes, asking us to include every child in our Chanukah wishes. This clever dreidel reminds us to not take our basic comforts for granted. Each night’s candle lighting blessing graciously reminds young readers to wish that all children should be fortunate, have safe homes, warm beds, good food, cozy clothes and stable health. An appreciation of what they have is gently layered into the rhymes, creating an awareness and a meaningful opportunity for interaction with young children. The clever dreidel’s goal is to instill the wishes of love, peace, hope and bright futures for the children of our world.
Delightful illustrations by Biswas are engaging and purposeful, directly linking the artwork to each wish. The positioning of the candle lighting on the chanukiyah is illustrated on the corners of each page, providing easy instruction in candle lighting.
This book would be a welcome addition to early childhood and elementary school libraries and classrooms as source material for Chanukah and for furthering the discussion of mitzvot as well as for home reading.
MazorBooks is delighted to announce its new release in the ‘A Taste of Hebrew’ series for English-speaking Kids
There are important benefits to exposing your children to more than one language. Research shows that multilingual-kids are better at, among other things, learning, planning, problem-solving and self-control.
By introducing your children to Hebrew, not only will you enhance their cognitive and behavioral development but also provide them
(and you) with a lifelong connection to the Bible and to Israel.
The Hebrew Alphabet: Read, Write and Color is a wonderful introduction to the names and sounds of the twenty-two letters of the aleph-bet. This entertaining, informative and interactive book familiarizes children with both the print and the cursive forms of the
Hebrew alphabet, each letter’s numerical value, over eighty Hebrew vocabulary words and much, much more.
The Hebrew Alphabet: Read, Write and Color is another installment in the ‘A Taste of Hebrew for English Speaking Kids’ MazorBooks series. This more advanced edition is recommended for children ages 6 to 11.
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Colors In Hebrew: A Rainbow Tale: A Story in Rhyme For English Speaking Kids
Mazor Books, 2014
40 Pages $12.99
Review by Debbie Feder
This book is part of a series called A Taste of Hebrew published by Mazor Books. The series includes books on Hebrew letters and numbers, as well. This time, the reader is invited to follow a traveling rainbow to Israel in order to learn the names of the colors in Hebrew along with two children named Ami and Tami. The text rhymes successfully and rhythmically which is not always achieved in children’s books of this kind. The illustrations are bright, cheerful and are filled with deep colors which seem to saturate the page. This creates an overall tone which is upbeat, young, and fun and which will attract young readers. On the whole, the book is age-appropriate and appealing. There is some useful material in the back which will be helpful for families in learning and teaching the Hebrew words including some grammar tips, charts with the masculine and feminine forms of the colors, and some additional bonus words which are related to the themes in the book. Throughout the book, the Hebrew words are transliterated into English and shown in Hebrew, as well. There is also a pronunciation guide for parents. Children will enjoy this happy frolic with the rainbow as they learn the names of colors in Hebrew.
Recommended for ages 3-8.
Learn the names of Colors in Hebrew!!!!
Available on Amazon at http://tinyurl.com/HebColors
A growing selection of MazorBooks children’s books with good values is dedicated to opening up the world of Hebrew to English speaking kids (of all ages). To date, the first four books in the series “A Taste of Hebrew” have been published. More on the way!
All four books are available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes and Noble
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