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cleondann 
Article Title
Torah study in early Jewish Childhood Education 
Posted Date
3/15/2010 
 

Hillel is a largest student organization on campus and day school running number of student programs that enrich the lives of Jewish students. Early childhood generally covers first eight years in the life of an individual. The role of these Jewish preschools plays an important role in the life of a child’s life and proper development of children. Hillel is a Jewish community day school, seeks to build a nurturing, respectful and academically inspiring environment. They are instilled with traditional Torah values and designed for college preparation and admission.

Talented faculty and dedicated families work together guiding our students to attain their maximum possibility to become lifelong learners and thinkers. They develop students with high moral standards, and respective diversity. By engaging students in Torah study and meaningful religious and cultural experiences, they strive to deepen their commitment to Judaism, the Jewish people and the State of Israel. The recent studies of early childhood education have even shown some remarkable success. It also makes a positive impact on the motivation and learning power of the individuals for long time.

The early childhood education is very necessary for the development of a child. It is not even right to delay investing in children education until they become adults, nor wait till they reach school age. The environment of these schools helps to grow mental abilities and the learning strength of every student at much faster speed. The Jewish schools are designed to provide children with secular education. Early childhood education provides the foundation for a lifelong learning as well as social and academic success. These jewish education program works mainly in five areas of child development like physical, intellectual, linguistic, emotional and social. Students spend the complete day studying the ancient texts of the Jewish people.

There are no tests, no grades. All Jewish schools are not similar. They may all teach Jewish studies or various types of Jewish studies like torah and tanakh. Some of you are not aware of such places, but when you came to know about these outstanding Jewish education schools, you may realize how little you know and how important they are for every children. The comprehensive Jewish education built upon that foundation of Torah that ultimately enables the next generation to consider Judaism as more than a religion of theory, but as a practical way of life.

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Author is an executive with hillel-nmb.org. For more information visit: Jewish schools  
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