Prayer Practice

Review prayers at home on your own schedule and at your own pace

Would your child benefit from more prayer practice? For many children, listening to prayers helps them retain this information. Parents and students can  review Hebrew language blessings (brachot) and parts of the Shabbat service by listening to the audio files located at each grade level link below.

HINT:  This is a great activity for a long car trip!

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth Grade

Fifth Grade

Sixth Grade

Seventh Grade

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