Preschool is a safe place for children to develop their social, emotional, and academic skills. Children develop in many ways: physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively. We believe that teachers play a vital role in supporting these areas through play-based activities that encourage exploration, complex play/thinking, and asking questions. We believe that implementing a developmentally appropriate, play-based curriculum, that is grounded in Jewish values will help children develop foundations for their learning as life long learners.
Our teachers utilize play-based centers based on themes and holidays (secular and Jewish). We respect the individuality of each child and seek to instill love and pride in being Jewish.
Students in the TAE Transitional Kindergarten class are being given “the gift of the extra year”. The students work on critical thinking, self regulation, independence, and receive individualized learning experiences.