In Kayitz Kef, the staff of mostly Israeli counselors speaks only Hebrew to campers six hours a day. English isn’t used unless there’s a safety concern.
New projects include a camp “accelerator,” an initiative to help camps be more inclusive of children with disabilities, a Hebrew immersion program and a “Jewish coaching” project. More ▸
By Talia Lavin
The growing trend of Hebrew-immersion day camps offer children a chance to learn Hebrew while engaging in summer fun. More ▸