Fall Session enrichments


August 28 - December 15

Click here on Thursday, August 3 at 7am to register


Teacher: Team Depot 
Mondays,  3:00 - 4:00 pm 
August 28 - December 11

Your kindergartener will learn the basics of woodworking with an emphasis on safe use of tools.  Wookworking promotes creativity, fine motor development and math utlizing skills such as measuring, sanding and assembling.




Recycled Art
Teacher: Susan Stein
Tuesdays, 3:00-3:45 pm
August 29 - December 12    

Reuse, repurpose and upcycle just about everything you would throw away into fun artistic creations! Work together and individually to create with tubes, wire, wood, cans, paper scraps, hardware, even old toys. See beauty and potential in everything as we do our part to save the planet.




Teacher: Kidokinetics
Tuesdays, 3:00-3:45 pm
August 29 - December 12    

Children will sample tennis through supervised plays and interactive activities. The program is a part of a continuum of programs developed by USTA to promote fitness and growth of the sport with young children. The program focuses on developing important building blocks for life: discipline, confidence, coordination, cognitive skills, motor skills, and fitness.  




Teacher: Brian Wilson
Wednesdays, 3:00-3:45 pm
August 30 - December 13       

 Soccer has long been a great starter sport for helping kids develop their motor skills and coordination, as well as being an exciting and fun game for kids. Learning the skills of the game is a great way for kids still developing their coordination of upper body and lower body movement, but at the same time fostering those motor skills of arm/hand and leg/foot movement. Success is not based upon picking up the soccer skills, but rather on making sure the kids are active and having a fun time with smiles on their faces.


Teacher: Sylvan Learning's S.T.E.M.
Wednesdays,  3:00 - 4:00 pm 
August 30 - December 13 

Introducing Sylvan Learning's S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) club for beginning learners. Sylvan Learning has tailored our award winning robotics, coding and bridge building program especially for Temple Emanu-El kinder students. Kids have a blast building and programming robots, learning basic coding and building actual weight bearing bridges. S.T.E.M. fields will make up the majority of high paying jobs of the future and our  goal is to introduce young students to the world of S.T.E.M. in a fun and exciting way.  Sylvan Learning is the leading provider of after school education programs with over 30 years of success in helping children reach their potential.



Teacher: Powerkids
Thursdays,  3:00-3:45pm 
August 31 - December 14    

A wonderful opportunity to allow your child to experience a variety of sports including: basketball, soccer, t-ball, basic tumbling, hockey, volleyball and more. Good for their body, great for their confidence! 


 Superfood for Kids

Teacher: Khadicha Sultanova
Thursdays,  3:00-3:45pm  
August 31 - December 14 

 Superfoods for healthy kids will start with an introduction to nutrition and the digestive system in a fun way. We will learn about the good and the bad choices of snacks and meals. We will learn about herbs and spices and together use them to prepare simple dishes from " Around the world ".



Number Magic
Teacher: Claire Rachman
Thursdays,  3:00-3:45 pm
August 31 - December 14       

Fun and games with numbers and math concepts in an energized, interactive, and entertaining manner.  The goal is to create a strong foundation for STEM success while fostering an affinity for number play!


 Best of Sports
Teacher: Kidokinetics
Fridays, 3:00-3:45 pm 
September 1 - December 15             

 A selection of three of our most popular clinics for young girls and boys.  Spring semester will include two six week clinics (basketball, lacrosse) and one five week clinic (golf) to introduce the children to the basic skills of each sport.  The objective is to create interest, learn basic skills and build confidence for each sport.  All clinics include age appropriate equipment designed for young children, curriculum focused on skills and drills combined with fun games to create energy and team building during each class session.  All curriculum is non-competitive, non-touch with the objective of stimulating personal best.


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