The Early Childhood Center helps make the transition to school an easy one— with love, support and individual attention. Open to children from ages two to five, the Center’s flexible hours, generous teacher to child ratio, learning centers, and play activities encourage children to have fun, while growing and developing. Children discover their world within a safe and secure environment.
Socialization and learning take place through a multi –faceted set of activities, from creative play, music, and story telling to reading and math readiness. Special learning centers simulate the use of imagination, and our indoor gym and outdoor playscapes encourage the development of fine and gross motor skills.
In addition to classroom library and Computer centers, visits to the school’s main library, computer room and synagogue are all a part of the preschool curriculum. The Judaic curriculum and Hebrew language arts program foster creativity and self-expression through a multi lingual approach, using both spoken Hebrew and English in the classroom.
Children are exposed to Jewish holidays and Shabbat through songs, games, stories, and arts and crafts. They are encouraged to practice Jewish values, such as respect for parents and peers, honesty, kindness, sharing and charity.