Early Childhood

Here in Early Childhood we recognize that each child is unique and must have opportunities for learning experiences that compliment his/her own level of development and style.  We provide a safe stimulating atmosphere in which children are encouraged to explore, problem-solve, discover and experience the world around them.  By implementing a developmentally age-appropriate curriculum with an approach that allows children to construct new ideas and concepts based on past or current knowledge, the students are challenged to be risk-taking learners.

The Yeshivah's unique program assists in planting the seeds for a lifetime dedication of Torah and Mitzvot.  We promote a commitment to Zionism and the State of Israel, a love of the Hebrew language and the determination to be an integral part of the Jewish and secular communities in which we live.

The Early Childhood program strives to recognize each child's strengths and abilities as it implements the multifaceted curriculum touching upon the educational, religious, social, emotional and physical elements of development.

Kindergarten kids smiling near a "If I Were a President" poster.Kindergarten kids dancing in a circle with some teachers while they wear Israeli flags.Kindergarten students guess how many seeds are in a pumpkin.Kindergarten kids on a field trip.Little boy dressed up as a police man.
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