Spring 2019 YFE Baby and Toddler Programs

Spring 2019 Semester: January-May
For more information, contact Jamie Diamond, Director of Young Family Education, at jdiamond@pasyn.org

Boker Tov (Good Morning) Babies 

Ages 5-8 months (as of January 1, 2019) with a parent or caregiver
Mondays | 11:15-12:00 pm

Cost: $725/members; $825/general
Have fun making music together while you support your babies’ learning. Meet other moms as you learn little songs & chants in Hebrew and English. This class full of music, movement, and motion will have you and your little one bouncing to new tunes in no time.
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Boker Tov (Good Morning) Toddlers I

Ages 9-18 months (as of January 1, 2019) with a parent or caregiver
Wednesdays | 11:15 am – 12:00 pm

Cost: $725/members; $825/general
Offering a formative Jewish experience through music, we will sing kid-friendly songs for Shabbat, holidays, and every day.
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Boker Tov (Good Morning) Toddlers II 

Ages 9-18  months (as of January 1, 2019) with a parent or caregiver
Thursdays| 11:15am – 12:00 pm

Cost: $725/members; $825/general
Offering a formative Jewish experience through music, we will sing kid-friendly songs for Shabbat, holidays and every day.
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Boker Tov (Good Morning) Toddlers III 

Ages 19-26 months (as of January 1, 2019) with a parent or caregiver
Thursdays | 9:15-10:05 am

Cost: $725/members; $825/general
Children will explore Jewish themes and holidays through stories, song, movement, arts and crafts, and free play.
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Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Shalom Shtayim (Hello Twos - Separation Class)

Shalom Shtayim I – This Section is Full
Tuesday & Thursday | 9:30-11:15 am | Ages 2.0-2.11
Shalom Shtayim IIRegister Here
Monday & Wednesday | 9:30-11:15 am | Ages 2.0–2.11
Cost per semester: $3,600/members; $3,900/general

Shalom Shtayim (Hello Twos) fosters gradual child-parent separation and sets a firm foundation for future growth by attending to the whole child. Meeting twice a week, this innovative program provides a warm, thoughtful educational environment which supports achievement of developmental milestones. The curriculum incorporates Jewish values such as Hesed (kindness) and Kehillah (community) in addition to Jewish themes based on the Jewish calendar. Children will have sessions with an Early Childhood music specialist and will have opportunities to bake and cook and to express themselves artistically. This class also includes weekly group discussions for adults with a member of our clergy and/or a licensed psychologist.

Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no make-ups for missed classes. Refunds (less $500 cancellation fee) are only available if we are notified of withdrawal prior to January 1 for Spring Semester and September 15  for Fall Semester. After that date, tuition is non-refundable and not applicable to other fees and programs at PAS.