Please take some time to browse our site and learn more about our excellent Early Childhood Program!
Registration Time is Here!
New for 2015-2016! Part-day and full-day options (8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.) for children ages 2-5.
Priority registration for Camp Kayitz 2015 and Preschool (2015-16) opens on January 12 for current and alumni Beth Emet Early Childhood families, and members of Beth Emet Synagogue. Community registration opens January 26.
jBaby Around Town with Beth Emet and JRC Various dates April-May Explore the hottest play spots in Evanston – with a Jewish twist. Series includes playing at Little Beans Café- Evanston and Gather and participating in family yoga at JRC and a Havdallah experience at Beth Emet.
jBaby Chicago is here to help Chicago's Jewish and interfaith families build that village together by providing access to resources both within and outside of Chicago's Jewish community to help new families navigate their early years together.
This program is made possible by a grant from jBaby Chicago, a program of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago.
If your child is enrolled in 2, 3, 4 and 5 day class and is the first in your family to be enrolled in a Jewish early childhood program without a parent or caregiver, you may be eligible for a gift voucher. Check out JUF Right Start for eligibility requirements and more information.
Mission Statement of Beth Emet Early Childhood Program We commit to creating a stimulating nurturing, compassionate environment that builds on children’s curiosity and love of learning, and enriches all areas of children’s development. We will provide a high-quality learning experience, integrating Jewish values and traditions into a play-based curriculum. Our program strives to build partnerships with parents and to foster a community in which families feel supported and connected to each other, the staff, and Beth Emet synagogue.
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