Members of the Yeladim Early Learning Center Kindergarten class are pictured before their pottery exhibit (currently on displayed in the atrium of the JCC). The children’s work with clay and pottery was part of an exploration of Native American culture that occurred during the month of November. Children examined different soil samples and learned about the makeup of soil before experimenting with clay to learn its properties. Real pottery samples were made available for the children to examine before creating their own pieces of pottery.
Yeladim Early Learning Center will be hosting an “Informational Evening” on Thursday, March 3rd at 7 pm for parents of children eligible for kindergarten during the 2016-17 school year. Interested families are asked to contact Yeladim Center at the JCC for more information.
Yeladim Early Learning Center offers quality early childhood programs in a supportive, nurturing environment that promotes optimal social, emotional, physical and cognitive development for young children from the ages of 3 months through kindergarten. Children and families of all religious and cultural backgrounds are welcome. Visit jccnh.org for information or call Yeladim director, Lynn Bullard at (203)387-2522 x278 to arrange a tour.