The Early School

Learning, Community, Readiness, Discovery

First Comes the Egg

To celebrate spring The Early School of Temple B’nai Abraham welcomed Farmer Tom from Quiver Farms, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania  who came to teach the students about animal lives and the chick hatching project.  Farmer Tom arrived with a live rooster, Max;  a hen, Ruby and all the necessary equipment- two incubators and brooder boxes ─ to take care of the 24 incubated eggs and chicks once they have hatched.

Welcoming our newborn chicks!


The educational experience of raising butterflies is something the students of The Early School will soon not  forget. The preschool students learned about the life cycle of the butterfly as they watched the transformation day by day from the small caterpillar state all the way through the metamorphosis to a butterfly.

It's Passover...Time to Make the Matzah

The Early School students were delighted in the hands-on  experience of making  Matzah, unleavened bread,  one of the key symbols of this significant Jewish holiday.

Learning About Our Community

Family Time

The Early School





Early Childhood Education

Successful Learning In An Innovative Educational Environment

from infants to five-year-olds

The Early School is a child’s first formal learning experience involving progressive development in which each level has its own age-specific program and goals. Its overriding objective is to provide an educational and emotional foundation for success when entering kindergarten.

Our professional staff believes that children are unique individuals and by building on each child’s strengths and abilities, all children will be successful learners.

Offering a STEAM* based comprehensive early childhood curriculum, all programs are open to members and nonmembers.  (*Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)

We offer before and after care hours for your child with our professional staff.

Celebrating Jewish holidays and preparing for Shabbat; becoming familiar with Jewish symbols, reciting appropriate blessings over snack and teaching Jewish values in an age appropriate way are integral parts of our educational landscape.

Please continue to browse our website for additional information, or to contact Debbie Aronson Ziering, Director of Early Childhood Education, for an appointment to visit our outstanding school.

Debbie Aronson Ziering, Director of Early Childhood Education

Upcoming Dates to Remember
→Early School Parents’ Orientation, Tuesday, September 5, 7:00 PM
→The Early School Classes begin, Thursday, September 7
→Early School Parents’ Council Welcome Brunch, Friday, September 8, 9:00 AM
→Tot Shabbat & Dinner, Friday, September 15,
5:45 PM



  • Educating the whole child cognitively, intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically.
  • Developing an appreciation for education and a love of learning.
  • Providing an atmosphere that encourages children to be productive and creative.
  • Developing fine and gross motor skills.
  • Providing a strong foundation for reading, writing, math and science.
  • Developing the ability to communicate effectively with others.
  • Developing a sense of responsibility and independence.

Welcome Members and Non-Members

Stop by and see why everyone loves The Early School:

Caring, Experienced Teachers
Secure Environment
Comprehensive *STEAM Based Early Childhood Curriculum including Introductory Spanish
Electronic Learning Labs: Writing, Math & Science, Music & the Arts
Early Childhood Library
SMART TABLE® Interactive Learning Center
Before & After Care Hours

*Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics

Extended Day Activities
Flexible Hours
Celebrating Jewish Holidays & Preparing for Shabbat
Splash Pad Park
Slater Playground
Pre-School of Rock
Travelin’ Tumblers
Tae Kwon Do …and more!

For information or to arrange a tour of The Early School, please contact:

Director Debbie Aronson Ziering at call 973.994.7016.

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