Children are experiential learners and we have built our curriculum to support that natural curiosity. Our children spend a large part of their day engaged in play, where they are encouraged to try new things and learn to navigate different social situations with their peers through negotiating, cooperating, and taking turns. Our preschoolers participate in projects and activities that support their listening skills, learning how to follow multistep directions and develop their problem-solving skills.
Through our integrated approach, our children begin to understand the Hebrew language and foster a love for Medinat Yisrael. Each morning our preschoolers participate in morning meeting where they build their classroom community, engage in lively discussions and learn new tefilot and brachot.
Fine and gross motor skills are developed through:
Our children appreciate free and creative expression. We cultivate young minds through various learning modalities:
Through constructive play, children have the opportunity to develop social and interpersonal skills. Our children develop confidence in their learning capabilities and learn how to:
We engage children’s minds as they acquire knowledge and skills:
Children learn about and experience Jewish values and customs in an environment where Hebrew language is woven into daily expressions, instruction and classroom activities. Our curriculum focuses on: