For a long time in multimedia software development, Flash was the foundation. By the end of 2020, however, that era will come to an end. Users will no longer have any ability to run Flash-based apps or web programs.
What does that mean for Behrman House digital resources?
Our most popular Hebrew apps do not rely on Flash at all.
This includes the following apps, all of which are designed to work on mobile devices.
The beginning of the school year is all about creating connections with students, and then maintaining it while building skills.
To help you do that for Hebrew - from any location - we've created free, ready-to-go lessons and downloadable resources. Our Fall Educator Resource page includes the best hand-picked Hebrew lessons and resources from the vast Behrman House trove for learners of all ages.
Want activities to refresh Hebrew skills? Or looking for prayer practice and meaning? How about ways to make Hebrew reading come alive? The Fall Educator Resource page has you covered.
Posted: October 21, 2020|Categories: Hebrew|
Introducing Shalom, Reader, a new way for emerging readers to practice decoding skills in a meaningful way.
Indulge in fun monster talk in Jewish way.
Meshuggah Food Faces--Edible artwork for a crazy world. Who knew chopped liver, horseradish, and gefilte fish could have such rich emotional lives?
Posted: September 30, 2020|Categories: Holidays|
Free, ready-to-go Sukkot and Simchat Torah lessons and activities for various ages that make good use of your limited time and their limited attention span.
Posted: September 30, 2020|Categories: Profiles|
My first reaction to a new computer skill is dread and fear. The Behrman House digital turn-page versions helped me switch to teaching remotely. If I can do this, so can you.
Explore how to use How It's Made: Torah Scroll to complement High Holidays learning.
Posted: September 23, 2020|Categories: New Products|
It's a meshuggah* world, so we might as well have some fun.
And, really, who doesn't like to play with their food?
Nothing is more Jewish than a plate full of food. In these stressful times, we can find comfort in food - in a low calorie way.
Created by Bill and Claire Wurtzel, Meshuggah Food Faces brings us an irreverent table full of funny faces to make us smile and find moments of inspiration in the simplest of places.
Bill is an artist and jazz musician, so improvisation, even with food, comes naturally to him. He began making food art to amuse his wife when they were married in 1961. Claire is a longtime educator, and together they conduct workshops using the food art as a jumping off point for learning about nutrition.
Whether for a friend, family member, or yourself, we all deserve the gift of