The sun has left
The dot on top of sin is on the left side, and the words sun set sin, forming the sentence the sun has left helps students remember that when the dot is on the left it’s a sin.
Memory aid words to help you remember
When paired with a Sh'va vowel, this letter makes
a "S" sound
Hebrew words that begin with
Simcha (Happy) Simchat Torah Sicha (Talk)
A story about
The view on top of the mountain was so beautiful! Sin thought about how amazing Hashem is, who created the most beautiful world. Sin was a leader in camp leading a group of children on a grand hike through the mountains. When they got the top of the mountain Sin asked the campers do you think anyone has ever said words of Torah on top of this mountain? Everyone agreed that it’s probably very unlikely. So together, the whole group chanted a line of Torah from the Shema prayer. Sin realised that it was getting late and was worried that it would get dark, so it quickly turned around and stared heading back down the mountain with the group of campers. As it started to get dark, one of the campers pointed out that the sun has left. Sin assured them not worry as it has done many hikes after the sun has left and knows exactly how to get home.