Mealtime can be fun and educational!

Do you sometimes feel that the idea of setting a really nice dinner table with toddlers is just pointless? It goes without saying that any tablecloth or placemat at a kid’s seat will be covered in goo by the end of the meal and have to be changed and washed.

Our new totally wipe-able Hebrew Alphabet placemats just arrived to make your dinner fun, colorful and educational! From preschoolers to adults this placemat is a fun way to learn the Hebrew alphabet, first Hebrew words and count to 12- all in Hebrew.

This Set makes a perfect gift for a Jewish toddler, Hebrew class, Jewish community center, Jewish summer camp or any other group learning “Ivrit” (Hebrew).
Our placemats include a Hebrew Alphabet and the numbers 1-12. Designed and printed in Israel on high quality PVC (linoleum). Easy to clean, doesn’t fold or easily slip.


If you are a Hebrew class teacher, a teacher at a Jewish kindergarten, school oder Shul, Organizing a Jewish summer camp- each placemat can be personalized with the Hebrew name for each of your students. (min QTY 20)

This way each kid gets familiar with his Hebrew letters. Please contact me for your custom order.

Hebrew Alphabet Placemat

► Size: ~12″ x 16″ (30*40 cm)
► Designed and printed in Israel
► 2 Placemats included: 1 Hebrew Alphabet, 1 Hebrew Numbers 1-12
► Including punctuation

From Israel with Love

Hebrew wooden Letters

ETSY Isralove Shop:


In addition to the high quality and craftsmanship of the placemats, the customer service is excellent!! Thank you, Ruth for going the extra mile to accommodate my order. ♡ My three year old loves the bright colors and fun pictures, and I love the sturdiness of the product and the beautiful design…the perfect introduction to the Hebrew alef-bet and a compliment to any kitchen. Now that we have our own set, I can hardly wait to gift some to friends.

Hebrew Alphabet Placemat

Ruth Winkler
About me

Founder & designer at Isralove, passionate about typography, Hebrew letters, Israeli art and handmade home decor. Graphic designer since 2008 and amateur photographer.

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