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FREE Printable שירון פורים/Purim Fairy Song Book!

imageI wanted and wanted and wanted a Purim Shiron / songbook last year, like the one for Chanukah, and then – in the crazy-mad rush before Purim – didn’t get a chance to put one together.

Natcherally, the day AFTER Purim, I had plenty of time, so I whipped this together super-fast, and quite a few people have downloaded it already (perhaps for late Purim parties last year?).

Anyway, it was a simple matter tonight to haul it out and tweak it somewhat.  All the Hebrew now has vowels, which is mostly a matter of searching song databases and the online Tanach (here’s my favourite menukad / vowelled Tanach – perfect for copy/paste!).

There are translations for every song, but they are not necessarily singable translations.  And I haven’t checked every transliteration 100%. Still – as usual, I hope this little bookie will help somebody, and if it does, please feel free to say hi.  It’s been lonely out here in cyberspace lately.

Enjoy!

  • To download this and dozens (hundreds?) of other Limudei Kodesh (Jewish Studies) printables including weekly parsha copywork and holiday resources, click here.
  • General Studies printables – including science, art and music resources in Hebrew and English, Ambleside, composer and artist resources, click here.

Oh!  I’m also building a playlist on YouTube of songs and other Purim-related video stuff to share with the kids.  Feel free to stop by!

Purim Sameach… though it still seems miles away!

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  1. Thanks so much for these great downloads! I really appreciate all the hard work you put into this website and I look forward to meeting you, I"YH, at the homeschooling conference in May! BTW, how do I find the songs you are compiling on youtube??

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