Kef Kids: Jewish Fun for Pre K-1st Graders!

                                                                                           Pre-K - 1st Grade

                                                                                          Saturday Afternoons

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As long as weather allows, Kef Kids will be meeting in Central Park - enter at 69th Street & Central Park West.

Click here to open our exact location in GoogleMaps.

 

 

Kef Kids meets on the first and third Saturday of each month. The program will follow Tot Shabbat, and will offer an extra story and craft after our sing-along. Kef Kids focuses on Jewish identity, and aims to familiarize students with and foster enthusiasm for Jewish values and traditions through an arts-based curriculum. Kef Kids also offers an introduction to Hebrew through a program called Hebrew Through Movement, and by familiarizing the students with the Hebrew alphabet.

 

 

 

 

 

In Kef Kids, students engage in interactive, fun experiences that truly resonate with them:

My kids say to me, ‘Mama, can we go to synagogue today? Do we have Kef Kids?' How great is that? I can't remember asking that of my parents when I was a kid!

-Sharon Cinnamon, parent of Kef Kids participants

 

 

                                                        2021-2022 Kef Kids Dates

                           •  October 2 & 23  •  November 6 & 20  •  December 4 & 18  •  

                              •  January 8 & 22  •  February 5 & 19  •  March 5 & 19  •

                                                   •  April 2 & 9  •  May 7 & 21  •

                             Click here to check out the full 2021-2022 JFLL calendar!

 

 

                   

 

Questions? Email Rachel Oshrin at roshrin [at] westendsynagogue.org.

 

Contact

190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69th Street)
New York, NY 10023
Phone: (212) 579-0777
Fax: (212) 579-2669
Email: office [at] westendsynagogue.org
Affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist movement, Reconstructing Judaism
 

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