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The Koren Youth Siddur is a beautifully illustrated siddur designed for children in grades 3 5 Built on the foundation of the entire Koren Educational Siddur Series, the Koren Youth Siddur forms a bridge between the early elementary grades and middle school The Siddur features a selection of tefillot for weekday, Shabbat and Hagim, along with vibrant, age appropriate illustrations, stories, quotes and questions for thought and reflection Every aspect of this new siddur is designed as the vehicle to help our children in meaning making and emotional engagement with the tefillot and Hashem The siddur is also accompanied by a comprehensive Educator s Companion, for teachers, parents and community leaders, to maximize the educational potential of the siddur Features Educational illustrations emphasize and educational theme from the text, an icon navigation bar orientates the child within the structure of the tefilla service, Paraphrased conceptual translation of many parts of the tefilla text, Quotes and stories that explore a theme from the tefilla text, Questions that stimulate reflection and critical thought, Icons to aid in instructing the choreography of the tefilla....

Title : Koren Youth Siddur: Nusah Sepharadim (Hebrew Edition) (Hebrew and English Edition)
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ISBN : 9653016717
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : Hebrew, English
Publisher : Koren Publishers Jerusalem Bilingual edition June 1, 2015
Number of Pages : 275 pages
File Size : 581 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Koren Youth Siddur: Nusah Sepharadim (Hebrew Edition) (Hebrew and English Edition) Reviews

  • ddd
    2019-04-20 19:16

    Nice for a learning child. Wish there was English translation as well, as we are not yet fluent daily Hebrew speakers. I don't want my son to just memorize tefilla without really understanding what he is saying. Hard to do that without accompanying English. By the way, there are few English translated sefardic siddurim, (maybe 3 or so out there).

  • S. Trotta
    2019-05-10 19:49

    My son's going into third grade so I wanted a trafional prayer with more substance while still appealing to children. This siddur is perfect. It has beautiful illustrations with different stories that children can read after reading the traditional prayers, which make them more meaningful. It's worth every penny.