100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

August 19, 1994 - Image 87

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Akiva Nursery School

\.( fievCiviS

t- t*/

Creates a Loving, Positive, Jewish Environment
for Pre-Schoolers

it behooves you to provide them
with Jewish books to read. The
same could be said ofJewish hol-
idays and observances year
round. If your grandchildren go
to synagogue with you, they come
to understand that you value the
synagogue and that it is an in-
tegral part of your life.
This is surely an effective way
of influencing them. A shared
Shabbat dinner speaks volumes
about the beauty ofJewish life
and observance. A Chanukah
party, Pesach seder, Purim
se'udah, building a sukkah — all
of these are concrete and vivid ex-
amples of the richness ofJewish
life. If we take time to make chal-
lah with our grandchildren, we
need give them no lectures on the
beauty of the Sabbath. The ac-
tivity itself tells them all they
need to know. The more involved
a grandparent is, the greater the
storehouse of memories grand-
children carry into their future
lives.

Featuring:
...separate 3 and 4 year old nurseries
...full-day or half-day sessions
...five, three and two day programs
...developmental and cognitive learning

New Enrollment now being accepted!

(limited openings)

For Information Call:

(810) 552-9690

Ask about our unique Nursery Tuition Rebate Program

I

and that it is an integral
part of your life.

If we are lucky, we have mem-
ories such as these with our own
grandparents. We know that we
have in our power to make a huge
contribution to our grandchil-
dren's happiness and Jewish fu-
ture.
As grandparents, we have al-
ready learned so many important
lessons. We know that small chil-
dren do grow up and that the pe-
riod of childhood is indeed short.
As we observe our grandchildren,
we savor every moment of their
growing years and take delight
in everything they do and say.
We realize only too well that
time passes quickly and that
their early years are especially
precious. Perhaps this also keeps
us young in spirit and outlook.
We are given a second chance to
participate in an exciting educa-
tional experience. We are en-
riched by the very special
relationship that exists between
grandchildren and grandparents.
It is a unique relationship in the
joy it brings both parties. El

Hadassah Ribalow Nadich is a past
national vice president of the
Women's League for Conservative
Judaism and a grandmother of
eight. This article first appeared
in Outlook magazine, Women's
League for Conservative Jud-
aism.

• Philosophy is a develo-
mental approach.
• Offers wide variety of play
experiences in art, cook-
ing, science, pre-math and
pre-reading skills.
• Teachers have credentials
in Early Childhood
Education.

• Atmoshphere is warm,
caring and loving.
• Is a great place for chil-
dren to love themselves
and their background.
• Offers a secular approach
to Jewish education.
• Young fives class Mon.-Fri.
mornings.
I Ask About Our NEW All Day Program!

I

WORKMEN'S CIRCLE EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park
For more information, call 545.0985

HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
STOLLMAN EDUCATION CENTER
LOEWENTHAL HIGH SCHOOL
KARBEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DOROTHY POTIKER NURSERY SCHOOL

M ITY

•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

f your grandchildren
go to synagogue
with you, they come
to understand that you
value the synagogue

olodhocci
COME SEE WHO WE ARE!
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

Give someone another happy ending .. .

.Jt"

27700 SOUTHFIELD ROAD • LATHRUP VILLAGE, MICHIGAN 48076

LOOKING FOR A MEANINGFUL SECULAR
JEWISH EDUCATION FOR YOUR CHILD?

and continue this
\ Golden Chain!
YOUR CHILD
WON'T YOU
can become
STEP INTO
the newest
link in a long
OUR CIRCLE ... I
/chain
of tradition.
- .
/
. ..
.
-. .

141411 0

•. ..., •

another hug .. .
another laugh .. .
another chance.

1

Please give blood.

+ American Red Cross

At WORKMEN'S CIRCLE SUNDAY SCHOOL, children

Blood Services
Southeastern Michigan Region

learn about their Jewish identity through the study of
history, holiday traditions, art, literature, music and Yid-
dish language.
Our exciting secular/cultural approach is enriched with
many "hands-on" experiences — dance, cooking,
crafts, field trips, etc. — to make learning fun!!
Help your child find the answers to "WHO AM I?"
while, at the same time, being encouraged to explore
and interpret his/her own beliefs and values.

Ci

• Secular Bar/Bas Mitzvah Program Available

• Study/Testing Skills
• Remedial Tutoring/All Subjects
• ACT, SAT, MEAP Preparation
• Testing/Evaluation
• IEPC Advocacy

LYNNE MASTER, M.Ed

Owner, Director

Please contact us at:

The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring
26341 Coolidge Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237
545-0985

NOW is the time to begin
ACT, SAT, MEAP PREPARATION!

"Nothing brings confidence like competence"

810 545-6677 F9aarik` 810 433-3323 Bloc Its

A Perfect Family Gift..
A Subscription to the Jewish News.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan