Hebrew Scouts
for Hebrew School

Are you looking for a program that will engage your students intellectually, emotionally, culturally and spiritually, all while they learn to decode and understand Hebrew, our heritage language?

Are you hoping to teach your students not just to get the sounds off the paper but to actually understand what they are reading? Are you looking to teach Hebrew literacy in a way that will prepare your children for a Jewish life of Torah and Mitzvot? 

Our resources help maximize instructional time in a fun, easy, meaningful and beautiful way! 

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Common questions

The Letter Lab Curriculum can be appropriate for ages 4+.
The worklets should appeal to ages 4-12.
You can check each product listing for precise readiness skills.

The NikudQuest Curriculum is geared for ages 5+.
Units 4-8 is geared for ages 6+.
You can check each product listing for precise readiness skills.

If children participate weekly or biweekly lessons and practice, the Letter Lab Curriculum is designed to take about one year and NikudQuest curriculum is designed to take about 1.5- 2 years. 

With limited instruction in a Hebrew School setting, you would need to leave more time to complete the program or you would need to encourage children to bring some Practice Pack materials home for review. 
The curriculum is designed so children can progress at their own pace. The curriculum incorporates benchmarks to ensure children are mastering skills and laying a solid foundation before progressing. 

You can check each product listing for precise readiness skills.

The Hebrew Scouts curriculum is designed in a “I do, we do, you do” manner. That means it includes group learning, guided practice, and individual work, meaning it can work for both group and individual learning. 

Making copies of our materials is not permitted. Our curriculum is the result of years of development and hard work by our team of experienced educators and curriculum designers. By purchasing our curriculum, you are granted a license to use the materials in your classroom with your students. This license does not include the right to reproduce, distribute, or sell the materials in any form without our express permission.

Please respect our copyright and refrain from making copies. This not only protects our intellectual property but also ensures that we can continue to provide high-quality materials and support for educators like you.


All of our Hebrew literature is written with authentic spelling and grammar and it can be read in any accent. 

When we transliterate key words such as letter names, we transliterate in both accents. For less essential words, such as words that can be read in Hebrew, we transliterate in the Sephardi accent. 


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