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DID YOU KNOW educational research shows that the first three years of a child's life are vital to their success at life-long learning?
Lubavitch utilizes a holistic approach to educating a child, and through pre-school and Mommy and Me programs, sees both parents and teachers as part of the pedagogic mission.
Chabad-Lubavitch's outstanding pre-schools emphasize both secular and Jewish curriculum, many using the Montessori based method in a warm and welcoming environment. All of Chabad's thousands of pre-schools throughout the world are accredited, clean, and safe and many have received awards based upon program standards, staff education and compliance with state child care regulations. Children are seen as unique individuals and are challenged, in an enjoyable manner, to reach their full potential. The teacher/student ratio is kept to an optimum, enriching the learning experience. Engaging programs include:
Chabad's Mommy and Me programs number over 500 throughout the U.S and Canada and are led by both certified instructors and local community moms. These outstanding educational programs for mothers and babies focus on exploring the world and socialization through play, song, crafts and movement.
These programs also provide a forum for Jewish parents to meet other parents living in the neighborhood, to discuss parenting tips, and for children to be introduced to basic Jewish traditions. Mommy and Me programs encourage multi-sensory experiences that stimulate emerging language, motor development, socialization and bonding between parent and child.
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BY DONATING NOW, you will partner with Chabad-Lubavitch in ensuring a Jewish child's life-long pursuit of learning.
Lubavitch's approach to education is to instill in students Jewish values and the academic and spiritual tools to guide them throughout life.
From first grade through high school, Chabad understands a child's need to belong, and thus have set up a variety of clubs and programs, each designed to focus on a specific interest.
Chabad believes that camps should be a fun and safe environment providing educational opportunities to teach children the values of sharing, tolerance, and sportsmanship.
Chabad's philosophy is that education should not be limited to the hours a child sits in a classroom, but should be a way of life.
Through contemporary technology and a hands-on approach to learning, visitors experience Jewish history, values and traditions in a manner that inspires an increased interest in Jewish culture.