Infants and Toddlers Program
The infant and toddler program opens at 7:00am and you can pick your child up anytime until 6:00PM.
Bet Yeladim provides a safe and nurturing Infant/Toddler program, creating a warm, loving environment. Our professional staff communicate daily with parents to create the best possible schedule that reflects the needs of the children and their families.
Parents are always welcome in their child’s classroom to cuddle, play and enjoy the warm, loving environment. We know that babies need special care to encourage growth and development. Our babies explore a healthy, stimulating environment, developing physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally. Staff will engage infants in a number of activities throughout the day: playing with them, cuddling, singing songs and providing them with love and attention that will develop trust and comfort for them.
Our toddler program encourages curiousity with hands-on games, toys and small and large group activities daily. We lead toddlers through age-appropriate activities helping them learn to communicate, increase mobility and motor skills, while encouraging independence.
Full Day and Part Day 2’s, 3’s, & 4’s
We offer both Part Day and Full day options for our 2, 3 and 4 year olds.
Our Part Day program runs from 9:15am - 12:15pm with the option to stay for lunch and extended care.
Our Full Day program opens at 7:00AM with pick up anytime until 6:00PM.
At Bet Yeladim our teachers encourage and promote the development of skills that will lead to a lifelong love for learning and encourage a sense of curiousity as well as a willingness to take risks and try new things
Under their care and supervision the children develop their cognitive, social-emotional, language, math and motor skills, and learn to successfully work in a group environment by developing life skills such as sharing, expressing ones needs in words, showing respect for others and being kind.
The Jewish value of Tikkun Olam, repairing the world, is an integral part of our program and is promoted through the active involvement of the children in the care of our teaching garden, Gan Ellen, the preparation and delivery of meals to an area shelter and through our recycling program.