Judaic & Hebrew Language
Noah’s Ark infants and toddlers are immersed in Jewish holiday celebrations and values such as kindness and sharing. The blessing before snack and lunch, Hamotzi, is sung daily. Shabbat is celebrated each Friday morning with blessings and songs.
For our preschool, the Judaic curriculum is multi-faceted. Jewish holidays are celebrated with lessons, songs, and Hebrew language. Jewish values are woven throughout the daily plans. Children also learn about Israel and Israeli customs. Shabbat is celebrated each Friday morning with prayer, songs and Torah stories with our rabbis. Hebrew language is introduced with Hebrew Through Movement. Learning a foreign language at an early age increases cognitive abilities such as analytical mathematics, critical thinking, creativity, and flexibility of mind. The Alef-Bet, Hebrew alphabet, is introduced at the kindergarten level.