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Category: Early Childhood

  • The beginning of a new school year is always an exciting time, as students stock up on school supplies, meet new teachers, and catch up with friends. But for families of students entering kindergarten, this transition can be filled with lots of extra hopes, worries, and plans. That’s why the Early Childhood School at the Mayerson JCC starts early…

  • Wearables to Stay Fit

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 16, 2017 | Share

    We all love our FitBits, Apple Watches, and AccuroFit wearables. From tracking our steps, to seeing our heart rate, these little tech giants are gaining popularity with every update. There is a lot more to wearable technology than text message notifications! Check out these wearables which make us think beyond the footstep. Wearables for Kids VTech Kidizoom Watch DX…

  • Avoiding the Summer Slide

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on July 01, 2016 | Share

    Ahhh…summer. A time of ice cream cones, and sun lounging. But when the fun of the season screeches to a halt, are your kids left overwhelmed? What about you? After all, finding a routine after weeks of downtime can be difficult for parents and children. It is possible to relax, have a blast, and still not lose momentum and…

  • Lag B’Omer Crafts for Kids & Parents

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on May 23, 2016 | Share

    While Lag B’Omer is traditionally an outdoorsy event, there’s no reason to miss out if it’s raining or you have little ones. Here are a few crafts that are safe and fun for the whole family (indoors & out)! 1. Safe Paper Campfire – Fill paper lunch sacks with tissue paper, stack them, and surround them with rocks to…

  • Understanding Your Past & Building Your Future

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on March 30, 2016 | Share

    “If our students are going to be prepared to participate as active citizens shaping the world of tomorrow, they must understand that history didn’t just happen, it was made, and that they have a place in making the choices that will become the history of tomorrow.” Susan Graseck, National Council for the Social Studies We all wear many hats…