Hebrew for Kids

Modern Hebrew is made fun and accessible for kids in this course.

Course Description

Here your kids will begin at the beginning. We introduce them to Hebrew reading, writing and speaking through memory games, pictures and colorful cartoons, all designed to introduce them to this new language. Next we expand your children’s knowledge of written and spoken Hebrew by reading about a group of cartoon Israeli kids, who talk about their issues and write in a group diary. Your children will be encouraged to practice writing themselves, while also learning about the Jewish holidays throughout the year.

Course Main Takeaways

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    Level Basic

Course Developer

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Orna Zalmanov, MA

Orna is a Hebrew teacher, currently focusing on modern Hebrew studies. She is also one of the contributors to the professional content taught at the…

Course Developer

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Shira Cohen-Regev, MS MSW

Shira Cohen-Regev finds the combination of teaching Hebrew and e-learning appealing and challenging and enjoys every minute of virtually teaching Hebrew. Shira believes in virtual…

Syllabus Summary

  • Lesson 1: Introductions

    In this lesson we will introduce the characters that will accompany us throughout the course: Ram, Nira and Robo. We will also learn the personal pronouns: I and you, and the word shalom. With these words students will be able to form the sentences: I am Ram, I am Nira, I am Robo. I am (their name), hello Robo, hello (their name), etc.

  • Lesson 2: Who are we

    In this lesson we add the word no to our vocabulary. We will rehearse and strengthen words from the previous lesson and add sentences and possibilities using the new word no. Negative form: I am not Ram, I am not Robo, I am not (friend’s name). And the question: Are you Ram? No, I am not Ram, Nira.

  • Lesson 3: Where are we?

    In this lesson we will learn more new words: Home, class, car and the preposition in. Students will be able to form new sentences relating to the characters’ location, for example: Is Ram home? Yes Ram is home. Is Robo also home? No, Robo is in the car, Nira is in class, etc.

  • Lesson 4: Who is in…

    In this lesson we will add the question word who, and practice the words we learned in the previous lesson. Now we can ask questions and carry out a conversation about: Who is in the…? Who is not in the…?

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