We’re English speakers. How will my children learn Hebrew?
From their friends and neighbors. From interacting with the outside world. You can also find a tutor or teacher for them. If you study Hebrew and speak it at home (even if you’re just learning), your children may want to also.
You can also read to them in Hebrew, which is probably the same way they did or will learn to read English.
Update: My personal experience after ten years homeschooling in Israel is that this is the most important issue, and it is worth investing energy in finding a way for your child to have opportunities to interact frequently with Hebrew speakers. Learning to express one’s self in Hebrew is the key toward becoming fluent at reading and writing Hebrew.
I found that speaking to my child only in Hebrew helps tremendously, even though I am a native English speaker.