Morah Sheli Village | Children's Parsha Chart
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Children’s Parsha Chart

We follow a parsha schedule reading when reading through the Torah during our homeschool and Sabbath lessons. Each week before we begin reading, we learn the name of the passage, write it in Hebrew, and then translate the meaning. Sometimes, the actual (or the literal) meaning is not the English translation, so we also discuss why that is when it occurs.

The charts helps children to:

  • keep up with the reading
  • apply some basic Biblical Hebrew (reading, writing, translating)
  • translate meanings accurately
  • become familiar with the idea or themes of the reading
  • serves as reference and keepsake (once completed)

Please enjoy a complimentary printable {My Parsha Chart} as a Morah Sheli Village reader!

Thank you for your support!

Blessings,