Congregation Sons of Israel Preschool is ‘where children love to learn’

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Congregation Sons Of Israel Preschool in Manalapan is “The Place Where Children Learn to Love and Love to Learn.”
The Sons of Israel experience is like no other. Stepping into the building, one feels as if they are at home. The safety, care and the love from all the staff and onsite security guard creates an environment where the children and parents feel safe, secure and like family.

 

It all begins with free Shake, Rattle and Grow classes for ages 5-11 months, Parent and Me classes for ages 12-24 months and then continues as the child grows into Kindergarten. The staff consists of experienced, well trained, licensed professionals whom encourage learning through creativity, song and play. One of the most important factors is a child’s social and emotional growth. Establishing a positive self esteem and self confidence is such an essential part of their curriculum. They treat each child as an individual and make each and every student feel special and valued in his/her own way.

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In addition, Sons of Israel continues to connect with Judaic culture and traditions. The students do mitzvot, give tzedukah, celebrate holidays and come together on Fridays for Shabbat. The children sing, dance, and experience the warmth, fun, and learning each week.

During the summer, they also offer eight “Sons”ational  thematic weeks of camp for ages 2-4. It’s such a “Sons”ational place to be!

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