Most religious or cultural groups celebrate a day of rest (Sabbath). The Jewish Sabbath starts on Friday evening, so we enjoy a day of learning in a festive atmosphere including song and dance. Songs are in English and Hebrew which enables our children to extend through exposure to a language of different symbols and reading from right to left – with two languages often stated as being positive for early brain development.
- 3 – 4 year olds
- Songs and basic Sabbath ceremony participation
- Values that help children learn to treat each other with respect and appreciate the world around them
- Learning about the Jewish Festivals at certain times of the year
- Fun way to be introduced into Kadimah Preschool
The Kabbalat Shabbat program (known by its shortened name Kab Shab) is a precursor to the Preschool. Children become familiar with the teachers and their surrounding environment with a once a week class. We encourage our Kab Shab participants to enroll in the Preschool.
Contact Kab Shab
Kab Shab classes are held every Friday during the Kadimah school term. The Kab Shab class will join the preschool for some activities.