This site is rich with pages to download covering a ton of vocabulary sets – everything from items in rooms in the house, to different food groups, parts of the body, transportation/traffic, weather and more. Visit http://www.enchantedlearning.com/label/hebrew.shtml to download pages that provide the words in Hebrew as well as images to be colored by the kids.
You can see the choices laid out by theme here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/themes/hebrew.shtml and a few extra choices such as maps of Israel and even some activity books like a dreidel one for Hannukah.
The site makes a lot of images available for free, but some they have essentially made impossible to print (click on view image (right mouse click over the image to get a menu with that choice) to see if you can get an image large enough to print.
They are trying to encourage site support, so for $20/month you can get access to the full site and easy to print images and pdfs of a some nice crafts they provide. I think it might be worth it frankly. There are truly hundreds if not thousands of amazing pages on this site for English pre-school learning as well. Fun alphabet pages to practice with, great crafts and more.
Akhlah seems to be founded by some Rabbis wanting to provide a resource that helps children learn about Jewish tradition, prayer and thankfully Ivrit too. They have a fun site that contains information that is age appropriate and colorful about the holidays, Israel, Jewish Heros, traditions, parsha and my favorite the aleph bet pages.
The Aleph Bet pages have a variety of pages to download – http://www.akhlah.com/aleph_bet/aleph-bet.php one for each letter of the aleph bet. The page has the letter in a variety of sizes and fonts to color and 3 words on each page that begin with that letter. You can play the sound of the letter for your kids at the PC if you like as well as print some flash cards if you want them.
Another page on the site provides more worksheets: http://www.akhlah.com/aleph_bet/aleph_bet_worksheets.php
for practice writing cursive, and once your child can read for review of a variety of vocabulary sets like colors, parts of the body, etc.
There are a lot of really nice surprises on this site. Spend a little time on it and you’ll also find things like a way to calculate your Hebrew birthday. Also each week they pick a word of the day and letter of the day and offer a showcase of a landmark in Israel as well as games around the parsha of the week. Its nicely done.