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Teachers utilize the Washington School Readiness Performance Standards to prepare weekly lesson plans that include age appropriate activities that encourage and support children’s Physical Health, Social & Emotional Skills, Language and Communication Skills and Cognitive Development. A number of skills are developed when children are ‘”playing” in Learning Centers. Judaic themes and holidays are also incorporated daily.   A weekly lesson plan is posted in each classroom.

Learning Centers

Your child will have a choice of activities in which to participate each day. Multi-Sensory activities, creative art, science, early math, English Literacy, family living, building, fine motor, building blocks, and water play are samples of the centers that are available for your child.  Because we believe that play is a child’s greatest learning experience, our approach allows children to choose the skills they wish to develop.

As the art center is popular among the children, we wish to convey an important aspect of our philosophy.  We do not do the work for the children.  You will need to accept your child’s artwork as he or she did it. The work will not be teacher fixed.  In this way children are able to work freely, and develop a personal pride in their works of art as they enjoy and learn from the process.

Targeted Areas of Development

  1. Language skills, Receptive and expressive communication, function in a group
    and language appreciation

  2. Perception and fine Motor skills

  3. Movement and Gross motor

  4. Social interactions and learning to use their words

  5. Reading Readiness

  6. Number concepts

  7. Science

  8. Jewish Holidays, rituals, symbols and foods

  9. Prayers and Blessings

  10. Hebrew introduction

  11. Jewish values rooted in Torah and Mitzvot

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