Why Should Our Kids Learn How To Speak Hebrew Today?

We can’t deny it, learning languages has several benefits for our kids. These benefits include better development of the brain and also a number of skills kids can pick up by learning to understand different people, dialects and languages at the same time.

Learning how to speak Hebrew at an early age can offer our kids a world of possibilities. We’re not only talking about understanding our prayers, but also about the mathematical structure of the language and the logical thinking they can develop while learning how to communicate in a new, extremely old, and useful language.

Enabling our children to learn Hebrew in an interactive, live environment will also allow them to meet a number of other kids, that even though they’ll be joining the same class from different places in the world, they share a similar mindset to the one our kids have, which is pretty exciting.

Learning a new language today to have a better future

This isn’t only about the benefits our kids can get today by joining one of the Rosen School’s Hebrew courses. It isn’t only about the amazing time they can have in class and the new words and grammatical rules they’ll learn in every session. Enrolling our children in a Hebrew course today is about the endless possibilities they can have in the near future.

By learning Hebrew today, we open a door for our kids to join a world of entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship, technology, innovation, and creative solutions for everyday problems. We allow them to fully join the Israeli ecosystem and to talk to the creators of the most amazing startups in the world in their own language: Hebrew.

We have an even better idea – after your kids learn Hebrew (we recommend this course for them to start with), you could even take them on a trip to the Holy Land and do the “Hummus Tour”. Go, eat, taste and let them put everything they learned into action by ordering a praiseworthy plate of hummus.

Building a dream together and how to make grandma happy!

Ok, let’s be honest with each other. You know how happy your mother or father would be knowing that their beloved grandson or granddaughter is speaking a new language. We could re-mention the thousands of benefits learning a language like Hebrew has, but we cannot speak about this matter without touching on the emotional side of this story.
Come on, you know how “Bubby” is going to react when seeing your little ones say “Shalom savta, ma nishma?” (and if you don’t know what this sentence means, you should consider joining one of our Hebrew courses as well. You’ll have fun, we promise!)

Live, interactive, from home: Learning Hebrew in the Digital Era!

It does sound kind of מוזר (pronounced: moo-zar), but nowadays to achieve every single goal presented above, you won’t have to spend any extra money on gas, nor leave your house in a rush in order to not make the Rabbi angry because of the delay.

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These Hebrew classes are online, interactive, and live. Your kids will be able to learn and incorporate the elements of the oldest new language in the world without leaving the comfort of their own בית (you know this one, right?).

Don’t forget that by learning a new language your kids will be able to better understand how our world works, improve their brain health, have a much better work perspective, and experience new, exciting and nurturing cultures. Can you picture anything better than starting with Hebrew? Yalla, chaverim! The time is now.

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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