Early Childhood

“Learning is a lifelong process”
 

It begins when children participate in an environment that offers a variety of activities that challenge and interest them. During these early years, learning experiences must be diverse, creative, carefully planned and based upon sound principles of child development.

Early childhood is the most critical period in human growth and development. It is the time when the foundations and pathways for academic achievement are laid. Children learn that play is an important vehicle for their social, emotional, and cognitive development, as well as a reflection of their growth. Children begin to develop communication and language skills while learning to be sensitive to the needs and feelings of themselves and others.

Our Early Childhood Center was founded over 4o years ago and continues to be long admired as a school that provides a safe, warm, and nurturing environment to children from our community and surrounding areas. We are a Jewish preschool open to families of all faiths and committed to providing a play-based, high quality early childhood education to all children while embracing the values and traditions of Judaism.

We recognize that every family is unique and offer a personalized program to meet these needs. You may customize your child’s program to fit exactly what you need. You can choose from a “Traditional” school year program, September through June, 9:00am to 12:00pm with the option to increase hours as needed, or you may require an "All Year” program which encompasses the hours of 7:00am to 5:00pm or 6:00pm all year long including BTBJ Camp during the summer!

Our children enrolled range from ages 3months to 5 years old.

Please contact Marcie Leshner, Early Childhood Center Director, by filling out the ECC Contact form or calling 215-836-5677, for more information and to arrange for a personalized tour of our building and grounds.

Purim Celebration

Men's Club Event

BTBJMC Tour and Tasting at New Liberty Distillery

Sunday, March 24, 2019 11:30am

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Join the BTBJ Men's Club as we go to the New Liberty Distillery for a day of  learning about distilling spirits and tasting.

We will be providing bus transportation to and from this event. 

Snacks will be provided on the bus.

This Event is included in your membership.

Repeating, THIS EVENT IS FREE to BTBJ Men's Club Members 

 RSVP by March 14

Non-Member pricing $30

Non members can pay by Paypal 

Payment can be made by Paypal to:

BTBJMENSCLUB@gmail.com

Sisterhood Event

Adult Ed Music

Adult Ed Shabbat

March Adult Ed

March 27th at 7:00 pm

BTBJ Speaker Series

Diana Kanoff will be presenting a power point talk about the life of Maestro Leonard Bernstein, this year being the 101st anniversary of his birth. Diana's presentation will be a reprise of one which she presented at the adult education organization REAP, Retired Executives and Professionals. Diana is a retired school teacher who lives in Jenkintown and is a member of Congregation Adath Jeshurun.

Calendar

Monday, March 18, 2019 - 7:00am
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 7:00pm
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 7:00pm
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 7:00am
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 4:15pm

Celebrate Purim

Ideas & Inspiration

Newsletter

 

Online Gift Shop

Traditional Jewish Gifts - Jewish Gifts, Judaica Gifts, Wedding Glass, Mezuzah Store

BTBJ Sisterhood is excited to participate as an affitliate of the online Judaic website, Traditions Jewish Gifts.  

Currently Traditions Jewish Gifts is offering a special coupon to their affiliates.  Enter special COUPON CODE: AF240, to receive $5.00 off the order, with no minimum order required. 

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