Judaism underscores the uniqueness of every child with the axiom "chanoch l'naar al pi darko," teaching us to train children according to their individual paths. We recognize that each child has his or her unique needs, interests and passions. Our children are viewed as collaborators: they are competent, curious, inquisitive, unique, and creative.

 At Ganeinu we believe that learning takes place through hands on experiences and sensory exploration in a safe and loving environment. The program activities are therefore designed to help children learn more about the world, their heritage and values through hands-on activities and active involvement. We encourage the physical, intellectual and emotional growth of each child through the use of our fully equipped classroom centers; dramatic play, arts, music, manipulatives, blocks and open ended play. We focus on fine and gross motor skills at this important developmental stage. Our outdoors lends itself to an outdoor classroom where the children can learn and explore in beautiful nature.  A small group with high teacher-student ratios ensure each child receives individual and caring attention.