What do we want? We want our kids to be good people, and to grow up to be quality adults. We want to teach our children the lessons we’ve learned, about love and play and learning and how to treat other people. We engender tikkun olam, repairing the world, by giving our kids the skills to do so in small ways now, and in big ways later.

We do this through a carefully structured program that promotes cognitive development and playtime, self-esteem and Jewish identity. We introduce our children to music, drama, arts and crafts, science and language arts.

Kids learn best through hands-on experiences, testing concepts, manipulating materials and engaging their natural curiosity as they explore the world around them. Even as three- and four-year-olds they learn the problem-solving skills and methods of personal interaction that they will carry later into life.