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The made ink by mixing soot with other substances to form a dried cake of ink. When the scribe was ready to write, he would moisten his pen by dipping it in water and then dipping it on the cake of ink to mix the ink and then write.
Your children can pretend to be scribes by using sticks that have been sharpened at one end Use sandpaper. Just rub the end across the sand paper until it is sharp and water colors.
Have them dip the stick in a glass of water and then in the water color to make it moist. It's basically painting with a stick. Use a long piece of paper that they can write their memory verse on. Talk about Bible scrolls and how they were made. When their verse is dry, roll up the ends to make a scroll.
You can tape craft sticks or straws at the ends to make it easy to roll up. Practice Writing the Hebrew Alphabet Since the old testament was written in Hebrew, you can have your children practice writing the characters.
Print out the pattern provided and make enough copies for each child. They can practice writing the character using the method above or just using markers.
Remember, Hebrew is written from right to left so the first letter Alef is on the first column on the right. For move information on the Hebrew language go to the Judaism site. Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: And yet I say unto you, That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.Choose from our great range of Book Collections at The Works.
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