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==[[Brachot]]==
# Some say that children from the age of 6 should say Birkat Hamazon. <ref>[http://www.dailyhalacha.com/displayRead.asp?readID=1584 Rabbi Mansour on dailyhalacha.com] writes that parents should ensure that children from the age of 6 say Birkat HaMazon.</ref>
# While there is a prohibition in saying G-d's Name (Ado-nai), when it is isn't warranted, the prohibition is waived when being used in the process of Chinuch. Therefore, it is permitted(obligatory, rather) to say the full [[Brachot|Bracha]], with Shem and Malchut, in order to teach a child how and when to say what [[Brachot]]. <ref>The Gemara (Brachot 53b) says that one doesn’t say amen after the [[Brachot|Bracha ]] of a katan when he is just saying a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] as he is being taught the Brachot. The Rambam (Brachot 1:15) codifies as halacha. The Kesef Mishna there writes that it’s clearly implied that the teacher is permitted to say the Brachot with hashem’s name to teach the children how to say the Brachot and when the children repeat the [[Brachot|Bracha ]] after him, since the [[Brachot|Bracha ]] is only for Chinuch, one doesn’t answer amen. Shulchan Aruch 215:3 rules that if a child is saying a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] as he is learning from his teacher one doesn’t answer amen, but if a child says a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] in order to exempt himself from some obligation (meaning saying a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] when he is obligated to say it), then one should answer amen.* Mishna Brurah 215:14 writes that it is permitted for the teacher to say the Brachot with hashem’s name to teach the children how to say the Brachot. Although saying a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] for Chinuch is permitted, saying a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] as one is learning such as an adult who finds the text of a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] in the gemara as he is learning should not say the [[Brachot|Bracha ]] with hashem’s name as one is reading the gemara. However, Yalkut Yosef 215:15 writes that in order to teach a child how to say Brachot one may say them with Hashem’s name, however, once the child knows how to make a [[Brachot|Bracha ]] and he just needs help in saying the [[Brachot|Bracha ]] one should say it without ashem’s name.</ref> 
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