The beginning of the Spring

On March 21st, Spring-אָבִיב- officially starts in Israel. The beginning of spring is always immediately followed by Passover, as written:

“שָׁמוֹר אֶת-חֹדֶשׁ הָאָבִיב וְעָשִׂיתָ פֶּסַח לַיהוָה אֱלֹהֶיךָ: כִּי בְּחֹדֶשׁ הָאָבִיב הוֹצִיאֲךָ יְהוָה אֱלֹהֶיךָ מִמִּצְרַיִם לָיְלָה”

“Observe the month of Aviv and celebrate the Passover to the LORD your God, for in the month of Aviv the LORD your God brought you out of Egypt by night”(Deuteronomy 16:1)

This season includes a lot of cleaning, as you might remember from our last blog, but another spring tradition in Israel

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is is singing songs about the season. If your children ask you how you know that spring has begun, you can answer them with the worlds of the famous song- How we know that the spring began- איך יודעים שבא אביב?. This song was written by the famous songstress Datiah Ben Dor, whose music frames Israeli childhood, it would seem. Let’s see the words and learn:


“How we know that spring begun?

You look around (around)

And if you see that there’s no mud in the paths, and if you see that the coats are not there any more. And if a poppy and a chrysanthemum

For the festival adorned my land. So you know, yes you know, that spring has come….”

?איך יודעים שבא אביב

מסתכלים סביב סביב

ואם רואים שאין עוד בוץ בשבילים

ואם רואים שנעלמו המעילים

ואם פרג וגם חרצית

לכבוד החג קישטו ארצי

אז יודעים, אז יודעים

שבא אביב שבא אביב

When Spring comes, it’s time to clean out the wardrobe. Outside, flowers are growing and the cold and the darkness of winter are replaced by joy and happiness. When you listen to the song above you just want to be in the south of Israel, where a lot of families drive on Shabbat or in other days to see the blooming of the flowers. The favorite place of our family is a place called Kibbutz Be’eri.

Another famous song is called “A lot of Happiness” – שמחה רבה. This beautiful song was written by Bilhah Yafeh in the seventies. Let’s enjoy some of the words:

A lot of joy , a lot of joy, the spring has come and also Passover… They sewed, they sewed, they sewed me a garment with pockets, they filled, they filled , they filled my pockets with nuts…”

שִׂמְחָה רַבָּה, שִׂמְחָה רַבָּה

אָבִיב הִגִּיעַ, פֶּסַח בָּא

תָּפְרוּ, תָּפְרוּ, תָּפְרוּ לִי בֶּגֶד עִם כִּיסִים.מִלְּאוּ, מִלְּאוּ, מִלְּאוּ כִּיסַי בֶּאֱגוֹזִים

Dear friends, join us and sing these songs- you will know that spring has come, you will be able to share it with your children and of course, it’s all in Hebrew.

Enjoy happy days,




Spring-’aviv- אָבִיב

Joy-Simchah- שִׂמְחָה

Passover-Pesach- פֶּסַח


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