A Typical Day
Each day, children are given the tools, guidance, and freedom to develop their own love of learning. Our philosophy, based on a developmental approach, fosters the emotional, physical, social, and intellectual growth of every child. Because children learn by doing, our program is focused on the power of play, through which we enhance students’ interaction with people, places, and the subject matter at hand.
Exposing children to a variety of social learning settings makes them more confident learners. That’s why on any given day, your child will participate in:
Students are free to choose any classroom activity. Around Thanksgiving, we have a sensory bin with corn kernels, painting with feathers, and pattern-making materials.
Children start learning the prayers, with new tefilot and songs added gradually throughout the year.
Children gather in a circle for a greeting, morning message, and a related activity, all of which are excellent ways to develop expressive and receptive language and listening skills.
HALF GROUP TIME
Half the children take part in Chalav U’Dvash, while the other half work with English teachers.
Small groups allow for questioning and learning by using all the senses and give the teacher a good understanding of how each child learns.
Nursery, Pre-K and Kindergarten classes each have PE twice a week, music twice a week. Nursery has library once every other week and Pre-K has library once a week; Kindergarten classes have PE twice a week, music, art, science and library once a week.
Children learn to work together, take turns, listen to one another and make decisions.