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לימודי קודש/Limudei Kodesh Copywork & Activity Printables

Welcome to my Limudei Kodesh / Jewish Studies copywork and activity printables page.  As of June 2013, I am slowly but surely moving all my printables over to 4shared because Google Docs / Drive is just too flaky for me.

What you’ll find here:

Other printables!

  • For General Studies printables and activities, including Hebrew-English science resources and more, click here.
  • For Miscellaneous homeschool helps and printables, click here.

If you use any of my worksheets, activities or printables, please leave a comment or email me at Jay3fer “at” gmail “dot” com, to link to your blog, to tell me what you’re doing with it, or just to say hi!  If you want to use them in a school, camp or co-op setting, please email me (remove the X’s) for rates.

covershadowIf you just want to say Thank You, here’s a good way:

Or… you can buy my weekly parsha book, The Family Torah:  the story of the Torah, written to be read aloud.

Trouble downloading???

  • Older files are hosted on Google Docs.  If you have trouble with a Google Docs PDF file, click here.
  • Newer files are hosted on 4Shared.  If you have trouble with a file on 4shared, click here.

Click each image or file name to download a printable PDF.

Parsha Copywork / פרשת השבוע: 

imageEarly in the year, if you’re just starting to  learn parsha, just beginning a new book of the Torah, or really just anytime, it might be a good time to look at “Hearing the Message”, a one-page poster I put together summarizing the theme of each of the 5 books of the Torah.  PDF downloads here:  Ashkenaz, Sefard.

Dsc04608_thumb[1]Also, if you’re FINISHING a book of the Torah, check out this 3-D Paper Pop-Ups activity for “Chazak, Chazak, v’Nischazeik” (חֲזַק חֲזַק וְנִתְחַזֵּק) which we say when we finish reading a book of the Torah together in shul.  Here’s the link, in case you missed it.

The following are copywork and other resources for specific parshiyos.  

p.s.  I don’t know why the 4shared thumbnails always look so WEIRD.  Please, please, PLEASE let me know if the actual download is messed up.  There are things I can do to fix it!


(p.s. Images are samples only.  Scroll down for a full listing.)

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Deuteronomy Devarim


Lech Lecha (plus two activities; scroll down to view)

Chayei Sarah
Vayeitzei (old version, new version)
(also a paper craft – scroll down)
Vayeishev (old version, new version)
(old version, new version)
Vaeira (scroll down for plague activities)
Bo (also a matching game – scroll down)
Yisro (ten commandments)
Teruma (parts of the Mishkan copywork)
Teruma (Mishkan cut and paste activity)
Tetzaveh (clothes of the Kohein Gadol)
Ki Sisa (copywork,
math activity)
Vayakhel (standard, easy tracing format)
Pekudei (standard, easy tracing format)
Acharei Mos

Shlach (basic, advanced)
Korach (basic, two-level)
Chukas (basic, two-level)
(also a craft and big-people dvar Torah)
Balak (also a printable eBook – scroll down)
Pinchas (two levels)
Devarim (two-level – fun!)
Eikev (two-level, plus a colouring page)
(plus a colouring page)
Ki Seitzei (basic, two-level)
Ki Savo
Nitzavim-Vayelech (combined)
Vayelech only (two levels)
VeZos HaBracha

Other Parsha-Related Activities

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Parsha Skills Worksheets / Workbooks – 6 pages each with a variety of activities to familiarize kids – in a fun, gentle way! – with vocabulary in English and Hebrew from the weekly parsha.  For a full description, please see this post.

One-page Onkelos / Aramaic supplement to parsha skills worksheets:



Weekly Parsha Narration Page

This is our generic “Weekly Parsha” narration page – blank, so it’s all ready for you and your child to fill in each week.  For examples of how we use these, see this post.

 Bereishis (Genesis) sequencing – all 12 parshiyos of Bereishis (June 2013, now on 4shared - yay!):


Lech Lecha Activities:


image_thumb2“We are the Stars”:  This is just an example; download the actual PDF here.

Bris Bein HaBesarim – Covenant Between the Parts / Pieces activity for Lech Lecha.






Vayeitzei – Twelve Shevatim / Tribes Dodecahedron and Dice Game:

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(for background, instructions and accompanying song, click here and here)

Vayeishev (Joseph/יוסף/Yosef) Bingo Dauber Art & Maze:


Vayigash Mapwork – tracing the descent into Egypt:


Shemos Activity Pack – five fun-filled pages!


Vaeiraten plagues copywork:


Vaeira – Parsha of the Week: Overview, Narration/drawing page and song book for the 10 plagues:

image_thumb[1]Bo - “Ten Plagues”/מַכּוֹת memory card game

(instructions included, but I accidentally wrote that a player keeps “a card” when the player actually keeps the PAIR of cards… this is not big enough to go in and fix; sorry!)





Yisroaseres hadibros / ten commandments / עשרת הדברות copywork:


Terumaparts of the Mishkan cut and paste activity (2 levels of difficulty!):


Ki Sisa – half-shekel equivalences and fractions basic math activities:


Balak – printable easy reader mini-book and eReader PDF mini-book – THREE versions:

Printable PDF, old art:
Printable PDF, new art:
eReader-sized (Kobo 12.5cm x 9cm) PDF:

Re’ay – Owl-Eater Colouring Page:



More Chumash / Tanach Activities:



Yom Tov Activities:

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    Tefillah Copywork & Activities:

    New!  Brachos / Blessings After Food copywork and activities

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    Borei Nefashos (more info here)

    Additional tefillah copywork:

    Modeh Ani, Ashrei, Shema (single passuk excerpt)

    Also check out my complete super-amazing Tefillah lapbook!!!

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    (hint:  cyberspace is a lonely place…leave a comment to say “hi” if you do download anything – let me know what you used and how!)

    Jewish Preschool Resources:

    • Sing the Alef-Bais Songs! – more than 22 songs (there are a couple of doubles, I think) to help you sing your way through the alef-bais with your kids.

    Pirkei Avos:


  • Comments

    1. The pasha copywork pages look interesting in thumbnail but googledocs won't pull them up in full size.

    2. I've noticed that for a while. From what I can tell, it's a bug in Google docs - you have to download the documents; they won't open in preview mode. LMK if the download link doesn't work, though.

    3. I printed the copywork for this week's Parsha to use in our homeschool. I tried to print the Tefillos copywork and wasn't able to print those. These are awesome! I can't wait to show them to the kids tomorrow!

    4. Kathleen: I have (tried to) fix the links. Try them now.

    5. Thank you!! Yes, I was able to print them this time. The kids really loved the first Parsha page I printed and wanted more.

    6. Hi. Thank you for doing all this work. I printed the Tu B'Shevat activity pack and really like it. I teach Hebrew School. May I use some of your stuff for my class and tell my fellow teachers about your blog?

    7. Tselema: I learned once that "sources bring moshiach." Any educational use, freely distributed, with attribution, is fine.

    8. I have not been able to make Google Docs work. I can print when it the box comes up saying to open the pdf file. Last week's Parsha and cut out page printed fine. By the way I have loved using your parsha copywork pages, the poems, Parsha overview and other printables in our homeschool. They are great!!

    9. It's an ongoing problem. I assume you mean the Tetzaveh page won't download? Every once in a while Google docs decides to treat the PDFs different; I have no clue why, bc I upload them all exactly the same way. Give me a few minutes to try fixing it, then try again. Post a comment if it's still broken by this evening.

    10. Apparently Google Docs is having a problem. They have an error message that gives the option to download anyway but nothing happens. I'll guess I'll just keep trying until it's working again. Thanks!

    11. I'm sorry to keep bugging you! Tetzaveh keeps getting a messg:

      Sorry, we are unable to scan this file for viruses.
      We are experiencing technical difficulties. Download anyway (it won't download).

      Apparently it's just that file because I went back & last week's comes up. I have no idea if that's something fixable on your end or not but I thought I'd let you know.

    12. I am very frustrated with Google docs. Here is a direct link to download the file.
      If that doesn't work, email me and I'll send it to you directly: Jay3fer "at" gmail "dot" com.

    13. fabulous page! thanks so much for all the great printables!

    14. Love the ten plagues coloring pages. Truly fantastic!!!

    15. we used your 10 plagues coloring pages this year - thanks so much!!

    16. Hi Jennifer,

      Borrowed a few of these and emailed you the one I am using for Simchat Torah. I have a little one-room schoolhouse with 8 kids between kinder and third grade.


    17. Hi Jennifer,

      Have you protected the google docs? It won't let me in!

      What do you have for B'reishit? Anything good?



    18. Hi, Im a mom from Holland searching the internet for ways to teach my children thora. This is a great blog, with lots of ideas. Is it okay if i use this, translated in dutch? My children are little.....!!

    19. @Nelleke:
      I'm not sure exactly what you mean.
      You are welcome to print the printables and use them with your own family. If you have to translate them first, that sounds fine, too, as long as it's just to use with your own kids. Thanks for stopping by!

    20. I printed out the Borei Nefashot pages for my little ones--they look great, and a great way to teach them.

      Thank you!

    21. Hi, I really love your work, I am trying to print out this week parsha but I can't, please please help me! could you please send me the link? Google docs is not working

    22. @Minor, thank you! The best I can do is that if you request that I share a document, I can share it specifically with you as soon as I get a chance. Theoretically, everything is shared with anyone who has the URL, but it often doesn't work and I have no idea why. Frustrating!!!

    23. My 10th grade daughter volunteer teaches
      at a weekly Hebrew School.
      The Mishkan printable is beautiful &
      saved the day!

    24. Hi Jennifer
      thank you for all the wonderful resources
      I am trying to download the Chanukah Bears Menorahs & Dreidels Sizing and the other Chanukah sheets but googledocs does not give me permission can you please grant me permission or better yet please send me the pdfs
      much appreciated Shoshana

    25. @Shoshana: This is why I eventually stopped using Google Docs. I already HAVE shared everything using the most broad permissions possible, but it still sends me an individual email every single time somebody wants to download them. I have no idea why. In the meantime, I have manually found and approved all the share requests in my spam folder and hopefully yours was among them.


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