Just what the title says, because I’m tired and still sick – no intrigue with this one. We’re learning about insects, social insects and insect parts, and I really missed having a Hebrew component. These posters are NOT bilingual – I’m assuming you already know how to say bee, wasp, termite, etc., in English. :-)
The top four insects on the first page are “social insects” - חֲרָקִים חֶבְרָתִיִים – the bottom four are just regular ol’ insects. Nowhere near comprehensive; I just picked four I liked.
The body parts are similarly very straightforward. I have called the mouth a “חֶדֶק”, which is more of a “slurpy” mouth, because that’s the type of mouth that the bee depicted has. Other insects may have more of a chewy, teethy mouth. Did I mention I’m tired?
As always, if you spot a booboo in Hebrew or English, let me know. If you find a use for my stuff, let me know. I love to hear from Y-O-U!!!
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Hope you feel better soon!ReplyDelete
I don't know if you've ever seen the "visual Hebrew dictionary", but it's quite amazing - has the names for every part of every thing you could possibly want to know about. When I have the energy to get off the couch and look for it, I'll give you the publishers' information etc. I imagine you'd get a lot of use out of it.
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