Early Learning Center
Play. Learn. Grow.
Research shows the importance of early childhood experiences–from birth through 5 years–on a child’s future growth and development.
Exposure to Judaism at home and in childcare can help children to grow up with a strong Jewish identity. This is our primary mission at Jewish Beginnings.
All children are musical. All children can learn to sing in tune, keep a beat, and participate with confidence in the music of our culture, provided that their early environment supports such learning. Our music program introduces children to new songs and rhythms and helps them develop confidence in their musical experience.
The creative arts are activities that engage a child’s imagination and can include activities such as art, dance, puppetry, and music. They stimulate and help children cultivate their abilities across virtually every domain, and they are open-ended activities, fostering flexibility of the mind.
Movement allows children to connect concepts to action and to learn through trial and error.
At Jewish Beginnings we endeavor to integrate movement throughout the day, using Music & Movement, and other movement activities.
Jewish Beginnings is a warm and loving environment that engages each child on their journey to develop a passion for learning, share the joys of our heritage, and shape a lifelong, positive identity rooted proudly in their Judaism.
What Parents Think
My youngest daughter goes to Jewish Beginning Preschool. The teachers are amazing and the children are well cared for and loved.
Morah Mussie is really on top of things and my daughter loves her, which says it all.
This is my daughter's first ever day care and Morah Mussie was really helpful with the adjustment period and made it smooth and comfortable for everyone.
The preschool is focused on fun and learning, and the class work the children do is always different and creative.
We have always felt good about our decision to go to Jewish Beginnings and feel confident that our daughter is in safe and thoughtful care. She is happy when I drop her off and she is happy when I pick her up. At the end of the day, that’s what really matters!
- Noelle's mom