Connecting Young Families to Local Jewish Life
Begin your child's Jewish Education with fun, stories, crafts and music.
Our Sunday morning pre-school creates the joy in learning. Children share a variety of fun activities, games, songs, stories, and projects together with their parent's, our clergy people and their teachers, as they are introduced to the excitement of Judaism.
With Erica Sodos, magician and performer
With Michelle Bernier
Our ballet class introduces children to ballet positions and movements through exercises and games. Skills such as gross motor, listening, body awareness, rhythm, and creative expression will be taught. There is no required dance attire for this class. Please have children bring a water bottle. Parents may stay or drop off their kids for this class.
With Creative Dance Kids
Ballet is a unique synthesis of artistry and technique, of self-expression and discipline. It's challenging, great fun, and is the basis for all dance. This class stresses age-appropriate skill development, creative expression, and music appreciation. Introducing your daughter or son to classical ballet is a dazzling gateway to the performing arts. Family and friends are welcome to observe the final class. You may stay or drop off your child for this class.
2.5 - 5 years
With Studio D
with children ages 10-18 months
Move and Learn Parent/Tot Classes
Yoga, Music, Art, Cooking, Mad Scientists, Sports, Tumbling, Dance and more… for children ages newborn to 5 years old.
YOU ASKED AND WE LISTENED…
2 1/2 - 5 years
With Samantha Carter
Kinder Kixx Soccer at Robinson Park
Summer 2015 Session every Sunday June 14 - August 14
2-3 year olds: 9:00 - 9:45am
4-5 year olds: 9:45 - 10:30am
JEWISHcolorado is pleased to provide the PJ Library program for the Colorado Jewish community in partnership with its founder, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. PJ Library (PJ for pajamas) provides families raising Jewish children, ages 6 months to 5 ½ years old, with a FREE high quality, age-appropriate Jewish book or music CD mailed monthly to their home.