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Our Programs

Beth Emet Early Childhood Center Programs 

Let children play. Let them solve problems.

Let them learn from mistakes. Let them own discovers.
Let them play!

  • Two, three and five day programs, which vary depending upon the age of the child.
  • Low Child to Teacher Ratios
  • Spanish and Hebrew Speaking Teachers
  • Working parents can rely on EXTENDED CARE hours of 7:00 A.M. through 6:00 P.M. 
  • Reading preparation is done at all levels
  • Extensive teacher training on classroom management and conflict resolution skills
  • Optional Mini Camps Available during Holiday weeks
  • Class Schedules include music, playball, kidokinetics, art, science, waterplay and so much more!
  • Year round Special Events and Programs 
  • Extensive After School Program
  • Optional Hot Lunch Program

Children of all religious backgrounds are welcome!                


(4 months and up)

These are the first time around experiences with a parent, grandparent or caregiver. Activities promote bonding between parent and child, early socialization and lots of fun with a Jewish twist. 


(3 months to steady walkers)

We will hold, love, talk, sing, coo and enjoy your baby! We will develop a trusting relationship and be your child's home away from home. We will follow your child's schedule and make each baby feel special all day! 


(walking to 23 months)

This program provides your child with activities that teach and guide while focusing on large and small muscle development, language, expression and sensory motor experiences.  We also offer a mid-year SO BIG "transition" class beginning in January for this age level.


(2 years old by September 1)

The TWOS program focuses on development of language and socialization skills. Emphasis is on play, language experiences, holidays, music, stories and puppets, gross and fine motor development and learning to be part of a group. Children learn school readiness skills through a variety of group and individual activities. They are exposed to math, science, sensory and literacy experiences with a hands-on approach.


(3 years old by September 1)

Children will experience science, math, dramatic play, music, art, cooking and language activities through an emergent, child centered curriculum which incorporates a multi-sensory, hands on approach. The curriculum focuses on readiness activities from an academic level as well as a social level. Children are provided with many opportunities to strengthen fine motor skills. The Nursery staff teaches "Peace Making Skills:, a curriculum designed to encourage and strengthen conflict resolution.


(4 years old by September 1)

Each class has a listening center and a writing center which enable the children to have many pre-reading and writing experiences. Prekindergartens are exposed to a wealth of enrichment activities such as journal writing, creative movement, literature, Spanish, music, drama, Torah Talk, Playball, science and sports. Language Skills, number concepts and exploration of the secular and Judaic world around them become a part of each child's day. 

Fri, June 5 2020 13 Sivan 5780