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Kinder Kapers is Morris Winchevsky School’s fun and interactive program for children aged 2.5 to 5 years. Sessions run weekly on Sunday mornings from 10:00am-11:30, with an additional hour of optional play time (this is especially convenient if they have older siblings in other classes).

Classes centre around such themes of Jewish practices, social justice, and the life cycle. To see the list of themes, visit our schedule.

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. Healthy allergy-conscious refreshments are served at each class. We also do several Jewish holiday celebrations as a school, including Sukkot, Chanukah, PurimPassover, and an End-of-Year Potluck for families and 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'Mitzvah ceremony and beyond!

Talk to us if you'd like to try the Kinder Kapers class on a Drop-in basis first.

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

Session and held
weekly on
Sunday mornings

Centred around themes

like Jewish holidays, social justice, and life cycles


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