Kinder Kapers

Children aged 2.5 to 4 years and their grownups

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Kinder Kapers is Morris Winchevsky School’s fun and interactive program for children aged 2.5 to 4 years and their grownups. Sessions every other week on Sunday mornings (10:00am-11:30) and centre around such themes as Jewish holidays, social justice, and life cycles. To see the 2021/2022 list of themes, visit our schedule.

All Kinder Kapers sessions incorporate Hebrew and Yiddish songs, musical instruments, movement, arts and crafts, puppets and stories, circle time, and play time – all with a Jewish flair. Refreshments are served at each class, providing families with the opportunity to socialize (at a safe distance) and build lasting friendships. We also do several Jewish holiday celebrations including Sukkot, Chanukah, Purim, and Passover for the larger community.

Kinder Kapers is a great way to start a secular Jewish education that can continue through Morris Winchevsky School’s programs – all the way to your preschooler’s B'nai Mitzvah ceremony and beyond!

Drop-ins are welcome.

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Kinder Kapers is Morris Winchevsky School's fun and interactive program

Session and held

twice a month on

Sunday mornings

Centred around themes

like Jewish holidays, social justice, and life cycles