The Best Songs For Kids To Learn The Aleph-bet

How cute will your children look when singing some friendly songs about the Hebrew alphabet? We can totally imagine you taking videos of your little ones while they sing these Hebrew songs that will help them learn the Aleph-Bet. Wouldn’t grandpa and grandma be super excited to see them sing these Israeli songs?

In most articles of this friendly blog, we give you more tools, understanding, and Hebrew vocabulary to make sure your experience in your next visit to Israel is memorable and remarkable. But today, we wanted to do something special and dedicated to the youngest members of the family.

Not so long ago, we talked about some great activities for children to do in Israel, and in another opportunity, we even helped you expand your Hebrew vocabulary with some Hebrew words related to babies and diapers… But today, we want to give something unique and musical to those babies, to your kids. Are you guys ready to receive it?

In just a few paragraphs, you will be able to watch the best 4 songs for kids to learn the אב, the Hebrew alphabet. If you don’t know the Hebrew alphabet yourself, learning it with these great songs might be an amazing opportunity. What do you say? Ready to sing and dance? Here we go!

Lovely songs for kids to learn the Hebrew alphabet

It is always nice to have music around. When we have young children, having a musical house can help them develop a number of skills and can strengthen their brain cells. On the other hand, kids who are bilingual are better prepared for problem-solving and creative challenges.

These Israeli songs for little children to learn the Hebrew language and alphabet are just amazing.

Be amazed… even if it’s hard to believe, some of these songs were written by very well-known synagogal cantors. Now, let’s cut to the chase! Let’s sing!

1. A nice Israeli version of the Aleph Bet with some vocabulary

In this song, your kids will be able not only to learn the Hebrew alphabet but also some fun, useful and cute words that begin with each letter of the אב. Do your kids know how to say camel or house in Hebrew? After playing this song a few times, they’ll know for sure!

2. A classic and effective way to learn the Hebrew alphabet

This is one of the classic songs for children to learn the aleph-bet. In this short but sticky song, your children will strengthen their memorization abilities while learning each one of the Hebrew letters. Are you ready to practice with them? Come on! Sing along!

3. Debbie Friedman’s version of the Aleph-Bet

Debbie Friedman was an outstanding woman. She was a singer-songwriter of Jewish songs and melodies, besides composing and singing this gorgeous version of the אב.

She wrote and recorded numerous religious songs, and among their most-played ones we can find one of the most popular Havdalah songs, and even a beautiful version of the Misheberach.

Learn the Aleph Bet with this amazing song. You can do it together with your children!

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4.Shalom Sesame

A nice and simple version of the Aleph-Bet by Shalom Sesame. Again, with this simple version you will have no distractions nor difficulties to learn the Hebrew alphabet. The moment to start practicing is now, and your children will definitely enjoy it.

Step by step. Hebrew is just around the corner!

No one is rushing you! We know learning a new language is hard, but doing so in a safe, open, and engaging environment can be truly enjoyable.

In the live and online Hebrew courses offered by the Rosen School of Hebrew, you’ll start mastering the language of our matriarchs in no time, and you’ll be amazed when seeing yourself flirting with an Israeli as if you were speaking Hebrew your entire life.

What are you waiting for? Learning Hebrew has never been so great. Now, it is up to you!

About the author

Arie Elbelman R.Arie was born and raised in Chile, and immigrated to Israel in his early twenties. He wants to take an active role in the development of this young and smart country. Arie believes that the best way to shape our present and future is to live with more horizontal hierarchies, to smile a whole lot, and to always, always respect each other.

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