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Parent/Child Learning 2021/2022

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Parent Child Learning Registration

Dear Parents,

PLEASE READ

  1. By submitting your registration, you agree to and understand that attending this program at Beth Jacob Congregation is completely your choice. You therefore release Beth Jacob Congregation and Center from any and all liability for the unintentional exposure or harm due to COVID-19. 
  2. Please enter all of your childrens' names and ages.
  3. This is not a drop off program. Parents are required to stay for the duration.
  4. Masks required for all.
  5. Social Distancing requires 6-feet between participants. 
  6. Families can sit together.
  7. Ages 5 and up only  


IMPORTANT - No one should attend if they've been out of the country within the last 14-days, recently been in close contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, nor if they have any of the following symptoms:

Fever or chills, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fatigue, Muscle or body aches, Headache, New loss of taste or smell, Sore throat, Congestion or runny nose, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea.

 

Youth Department  

The Beth Jacob Youth Department is led by Rabbi Adam Simon.

Morning Groups: 
Pre-school groups with Morah Faye in the Kinder Room (ages 0-pre k) This timeless pre-school program includes storytelling, songs, and a kid-dish (kiddush for kids). Please note: Morah Faye’s group starts at 9:30am

Kinder Congregation with Miss Lia, Miss Dena, and Miss Eve in the Social Hall (K, 1st, 2nd) A fun, interactive place for young daveners to learn specific parts of davening in order to prepare them for Junior Congregation. Kids will “graduate” up to Junior Congregation with a ceremony when they have achieved mastery over the parts of davening covered in this program. There will also be active games, snack, and basic parsha learning.

Junior Congregation with Jordan, Eliyahu, Tzvi, & Gideon in the Beit Midrash (2nd, 3rd, 4th) Once young daveners have mastered the basic parts of davening, it’s time to “move on up” to Junior Congregation where they will learn Tefillah Be’tzibbur - the unique parts of davening that take place with a minyan (eg. The Chazan’s Repetition, Kedusha, Torah Reading, etc.) and learn how to navigate the “regular” siddur with fun games like “Find the Word.” This group also features treats as well as story time and games with Rabbi Simon.

Training Wheels with Rabbi Simon in the Library (5th graders - Bar Mitzvah) As our young members grow, it’s time to start getting them ready for the “big leagues” by introducing them to davening in the Main Sanctuary and some more in-depth learning about the meaning and purpose of davening. This group features a conversational learning environment, trivia games, and forrays into the Main Sanctuary to participate in the davening there. Participants can earn rewards for participating in the main service. 


Afternoon Groups:
40 minutes of active games starting 1 hour before mincha.
4th grade and older meet at “the forest” inside the main entry gate.
3rd grade and younger meet in the park. Although the park is open to all members, we ask that those not participating in groups minimize park use during this time to allow groups to run smoothly.

Story and Snack for all ages in the Beit Midrash
20 minutes before mincha

The Beth Jacob Youth Department is led by the talented Yisroel and Malka Weiser.

Shabbat Morning Youth Group Program

Beth Jacob offers a vibrant Shabbat Morning youth group program for children ages 3-12 spanning from pre-Nursery through seventh grade. The program, which meets year round on Shabbat and Yom Tov, begins at 10:15 AM and concludes at 11:15 AM. Times are extended when needed. The goal of the program is to provide children with a fun, informative and educational experience all based on Torah values.

Group 1: TOTS - Nursery and Pre-K with Morah Faye Snyder and Morah Shayna Adelman.

Group 2: Kindergarten through Second grade with Malka Weiser and Teen Volunteers

In these groups, Divrei Torah are shared, stories are read, songs are sung and all varieties of games are played. Shabbat stories and songs are par for the course. The BJC Youth Group Program provides children with an environment filled with fun and learning. If you haven't tried us yet, give us a try. You'll be in for a treat!

Junior Congregation

For grades 3-7, boys and girls. Children learn how to lead prayers, read from the Torah and deliver Divrei Torah. The program concludes with a delicious Ice Cream cone.

Tue, August 16 2022 19 Av 5782