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Temple Isaiah Announces Two New Programs for Babies and Toddlers
 
08/28/2018 11:49 AM

Temple Isaiah is pleased to announce two new programs for families and caregivers with babies and toddlers, Music Together© - Sing Shalom

 

Free Demo Class - Friday, September 7 from 9:15-10:00am in the Temple Isaiah Adult Lounge FREE demo class introducing Music Together’s newest class for children ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers. Brought to you by East Bay Music Together and Temple Isaiah, Music Together Sing Shalom combines the best of the internationally recognized music education program for families with a new supplemental Jewish play list. Sing Shalom classes introduce Jewish themes, holidays, and celebrate community and family through song. Teachers and activities support parents and caregivers in introducing their children to a diverse, culturally rich Jewish heritage. Families enrolled in the fall receive Music Together song collection materials (book, CD, download code) PLUS links and song sheets for the new supplemental Jewish music. Session Schedule - Fridays, September 14 to November 16 from 9:15-10:00am in the Temple Isaiah Adult Lounge 

 

Our new Music Together® Sing Shalom class combines everything you love about the internationally recognized Music Together early childhood music education program with a carefully selected collection of familiar (and not-so-familiar) Jewish songs from throughout the world. Music Together Sing Shalom introduces Jewish themes, holidays, and celebrates community through song, supporting parents and caregivers in introducing their children to a diverse, culturally rich Jewish heritage. Music Together Sing Shalom is offered through East Bay Music Together and Temple Isaiah, in collaboration with The Jewish Education Project with funding by UJA-Federation of New York. Cost: $230 for the ten week session. Register at https://templeisaiah.org/education/music-together/

 

Little Garden Jewish Playgroup: Join us Fridays September 14-October 12 and October 19-November 16 between 10:15am-11:15am at Temple Isaiah’s Gan Ilan Preschool to welcome Shabbat and explore activities designed to promote learning and development for children ages 12 months – three-years-old and their caregivers. Using the Jewish calendar as our guide adults and children will enjoy play-based learning facilitated by an expert early childhood educator. Children will engage in art, science, sensory, and gross motor curriculum while adults learn more about how to incorporate Jewish rituals, traditions, and experiences at home. This program is an excellent way to become familiar with the best practice educational approach we deliver in our preschool, Gan Ilan, and includes time spent outside in our garden. Families are encouraged to attend both Sing Shalom and Little Garden for a morning of fun and learning! Cost: $75 per 5-week session. $50 per session (if also enrolled in Music Together-Sing Shalom). Co-sponsored by PJ Library. Register at https://temple-isaiah.org/education/little-garden/

 

About Temple Isaiah: Temple Isaiah of Contra Costa County is an inclusive community of nearly 900 families, established over sixty years ago and proud member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Temple Isaiah’s mission is to embody, enhance and perpetuate our Jewish tradition by providing a welcoming spiritual home where the membership gathers to worship God, study Torah, engage in acts of Tikun Olam, deepen our relationship with Israel, participate in Jewish rituals and life cycle events, and experience the joy of being a part of a caring community. For more information visit https://temple-isaiah.org

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