What Your Child Will Learn


Week of Oct 20 009Hillel Torah Early Childhood Program

Our Early Childhood Program lays the foundation for a lifetime of integrated learning. Jewish and General studies are melded into a program which encompasses the holidays, tefilot and middot, while simultaneously exploring science, art, literature, music and physical activities.

Physical Development

Large motor skills are developed by:

  • Climbing, running, and jumping
  • Our athletic Hot Shot Sports program
  • Through daily physical activities both in and out of the classroom

Social and Emotional Development

Through constructive play, children have the opportunity to develop social and interpersonal skills. Our children develop confidence in their learning capabilities.
We encourage independent learners to:

  • Share ideas
  • Express their feelings
  • Learn to listen respectfully
  • Share and socialize
  • Explore and be curious
  • Maximize their strengths and achieve success

Cultural/Artistic Development

Our children appreciate free and creative expression. We cultivate young minds through various learning modalities:

  • Art
  • Dance and movement
  • Drama / Play-acting
  • Story-telling
  • Computer technology

Intellectual Development

  • We engage children’s minds as they acquire knowledge and skills by:
  • Challenging children to learn by discovery
  • Instilling a curiosity and love of learning
  • Problem solving using critical thinking skills
  • Implementing a multi-sensory hands on approach
  • Imitation and participation
  • Imagination and creative play
  • Teaching reading readiness and early math concepts
  • Fostering a love of literature through classroom and library activities.

Jewish Consciousness Development

  • Our goal is to create an environment where children learn about and experience Jewish values and customs. Our curriculum focuses on:
  • Singing daily Tefilot and Brachot
  • Stimulating Parshat HaShavua projects
  • Celebrating Shabbat and Chagim
  • Chesed and Mitzvot

Hebrew Language Acquisition

Hebrew, as a spoken language, is introduced in songs and games, and woven into daily expressions, instruction and classroom activities. Activities throughout the year promote passion and pride in:

  • Am Yisrael
  • Eretz Yisrael

Upcoming Events

September

13Preschool Open School Night at 7:30 pm at SV

18K-4 Open School Night at 7:00 pm at HT

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