Both Kolot K’tanim and Torah Tots are designed for families to participate in together. Activities and discussions will be structured to facilitate parents helping and learning alongside their children. Participation in Kolot K'tanim and TorahTots are open to non-members. Registration is required, and non-member fees will apply.
Join Cantor Segal and our early-childhood educators for a multi-sensory exploration of Jewish holidays, Shabbat and Mitzvot through puppetry, song, story, crafts, movement and games. For children in pre-K through 1st grade and their parents.
Kolot K’tanim meets on the second Saturday of the month from September 2016 – June 2017 at Kolot Chayeinu in the social hall, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. These dates include September 10, 2016; November 12, 2016; December 10, 2016 (at Mission for Today); January 14, 207; February 11, 2017; March 11, 2017; April 8, 2017; May 13, 2017, and June 10, 2017.
*Note - no Kolot K'tanim October 2016 because of the High Holy Days
In Torah Tots*, we bring Judaism’s most epic stories to life for our youngest community members. With hands-on, multi-sensory programming for children 0-4 (and parents!), we will roll, crawl and step our way into the role of Storyteller with tales of Torah as our guide. Read an article on StorahSteps from 10/28/14.
Torah Tots will meet on September 24, 2016; October 22, 2016; and December 17, 2016; and March 25, 2017; April 29, 2017; and May 27, 2017. Torah Tots runs from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM.
*TorahTots is an off-shoot of Kolot Chayeinu and Storahtelling-Lab/Shul's StorahSteps program which ran for three years with support from Covenant Foundation and the Jewish Education Project. We knew the funding would end and Kolot is excited to be able to continue to offer this programming for families even after the grant has expired.