Children aged 2 to 5 years and their grownups
Kinder Kapers is Morris Winchevsky School’s fun and interactive program for children aged 2 to 5 years and their grownups. Sessions are held twice a month on Sunday mornings and centre around such themes as Jewish holidays, social justice, and life cycles.
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 and build lasting friendships.
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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