She is right on time, She is always right
The dot on top of Shin is on the right side, and she begins with a Shin, forming the sentence She is right on time helps students remember when the dot is on the right it’s a shin.
Memory aid words to help you remember
When paired with a Sh'va vowel, this letter makes
a "SH" sound
Hebrew words that begin with
Shofar Shem (Name) Shemesh (Sun) Shulchan (Table) Sha’ar (Gate)
A story about
It was a beautiful day with the Shemesh (sun) shining brightly when Shin was playing outside. Shin could hear its mother calling from within the house, can you please set the Shulchan (table) for your party, Shin’s mother asked her. Shin always listens to and respects its mother as it loves the Mitzvah of Kibud Av V'Em (respecting one’s mother and father). Shin got right onto it and was very excited to set the table as it was for its birthday party. Shins mother discussed with Shin everything it needed to buy for the party before it went out to buy all the items. It was getting late and the part was about to begin. However, Shin was very worried as its mother was not back yet with all the party supplies. Shins father assured Shin that it is always right on time and Shin had nothing to worry about. Only moments before the part began, Shin’s mother came home with bags full of party supplies and food. Shin was excited and told its mom that dad was right, it assured me that since your dot is on the right, you’re always right on time! Thanks mum.