As both a Hebrew student and a Hebrew teacher, I’ve come across a lot of useful Hebrew resources over the years. Since the question I get asked the most is, “how can I learn Hebrew?,” I decided to start putting all the information I have into one accessible document. Introducing The Kefar’s Ultimate List of Hebrew Language Resources for Teaching & Learning – an organized, easy-to-update spreadsheet for all levels of Hebrew students, and for Hebrew teachers of all grades.

The Ultimate List of Hebrew Language Resources for Teaching & Learning includes the following fields: 

  • the name of the resource & its website
  • its cost, if any, and whether sign-up is required
  • the website’s focus, and a brief summary and/or recommendation
  • the learner level(s) the resource is appropriate for (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, or All)

The list is organized alphabetically, but you can sort by any of the columns to zero in on what you’re looking for (i.e. specific website focus or learner level). 

There are over 25 resources on The Kefar’s Ultimate List of Hebrew Language Resources for Teaching & Learning, but this is just the beginning! As I think of and learn about more websites and great materials out there, I will add them to this list, so be sure to bookmark it and check back regularly.

Know of a resource that should be included? Is there a broken link? Help me out by sending me a message or leave a comment below to let me know. Show some love!

Happy teaching & learning!

 💙 T’helah