Franklin Lakes Preschool - Chabad Jewish Center of NWBC
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Your child's first experience can set the tone for life!
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Our Philosophy

At the Franklin Lakes Jewish Preschool we draw our inspiration from the Reggio approach to education and from our knowledge of developmentally-appropriate educational practices. We know that children's brains are elastic and our goal is to stretch their minds and inspire them through tangible experiences and concrete learning. Piaget once stated , "Knowledge is not given to a passive observer; rather it must be constructed by the activity of the individual." Read More...

Methodology
Franklin Lakes Jewish Preschool strives to create an environment for the self-initiated and self-directed learning that leads to intellectual, emotional, social, and moral development. Through engaging teacher-student dialogue and multisensory materials and activities, teachers engage students' curiosity and encourage them to make discoveries about their environment. Read More...
Updates
Upcoming events
Jun. 24, 2017
Visit www.chabadplace.org/shabbatservices for more info.

9:30 AM - Shachrit prayer service
10:30 AM -Torah reading with sermonettes
11:40 AM - Musaf prayer service
12:00 PM ...
Jun. 24, 2017
The kosher Kiddush is provided on a volunteer basis by minyan attendees who may have a simcha to celebrate, a milestone to mark, or a family member they wish to honor. Often the Kiddush is ...
Jul. 01, 2017
Visit www.chabadplace.org/shabbatservices for more info.

9:30 AM - Shachrit prayer service
10:30 AM -Torah reading with sermonettes
11:40 AM - Musaf prayer service
12:00 PM ...
Jul. 01, 2017
The kosher Kiddush is provided on a volunteer basis by minyan attendees who may have a simcha to celebrate, a milestone to mark, or a family member they wish to honor. Often the Kiddush is ...