כ״ד באלול ה׳תשע״ו (September 27, 2016)
Rabbi Shalom is a funny Rabbi. He will help you to find ways to keep your kids interested in Jewish tradition and basic Hebrew.
App “Learning Brachot” – Tap the Microphone icon and talk to Rabbi Shalom, he will repeat everything you say. Tap the Grape icon, the Rebbe takes his Kiddush glass and does the prayer for the grape juice. Tap the Drink icon, the Rabbi does the shehakol prayer. Tap the Apple icon, Rabbi Shalom does the prayer for the fruit of the tree. Tap the Pumpkin icon, Rabbi Shalom, does the prayer for the fruit of the earth. Tap on the Left hand of the Rebbe, he greets you in several languages. Tap on the Right hand of Rabbi Shalom, he will bless you. Tap on Rabbi Shalom’s eyes, he does the Shema Israel. Tap the Belly of the Rabbi Shalom for a surprise.
App: Rabbi Shalom – Learning Brakhot – רבי שלום – לימוד ברכות by Este Bueno Studio
App “Learning Aleph-Beth” – Tap the Rabbi Shalom icon and Start the Aleph Beth Lessons. Tap on each of the 27 Hebrew letters, and discover paintings created by Sandrine Kespi, Israeli artist. Tap on each Drawings to listen to Rabbi Shalom’s voice. He will pronounce each letter and words in Hebrew then translate it to French and English. Enjoy more than 200 words and sounds. Continue the adventure outside your iDevice, in the main Menu, tap on the book icon to purchase the beautiful Rabbi Shalom (real) colouring workbook. Your child will enjoy using his own pencils on Rabbi Shalom and letters drawings.
App: Rabbi Shalom: He teaches you the Aleph-Beth. רבי שלום מלמד אותך את האלף-בית by Este Bueno Studio
App “Shana Tova” – Tap the Rabbi Shalom icon and Start the Rosh Hashana Lessons. Tap on each of the food icons, and discover paintings created by Sandrine Kespi, Israeli artist. Tap on each drawings to listen to Rabbi Shalom’s voice. He will pronounce each meal in Hebrew then translate it to French and English. Tap on each Hebrew blessing to listen to Rabbi Shalom singing the blessings in Hebrew. Enjoy the sepharadic seder of Rosh Hashana. At the End, Rabbi Shalom will explain you the meaning of Rosh Hashana in English and French, just click on the Lamed Mem Dalet letters, then on the Text explanations, then listen carefully to Rabbi Shalom.
App: Shana Tova Rabbi SHALOM שנה טובה רבי שלום by Este Bueno Studio
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