At the Erika J. Glazer Early Childhood Center of Wilshire Boulevard Temple, our primary goal is to develop each child’s self-esteem, promote positive feelings towards learning, and to encourage social interaction within a Jewish setting. You and your children are members of the Temple family, and we are proud and honored to have you with us on this shared journey.
We offer a developmental curriculum for children aged 18-months through five years old. Our program, accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), challenges and empowers all children to reach their potential. We provide hands-on experience in language arts, science, math, fine art, music, movement, gardening, cooking, and Judaic Studies. Our educational approach combines the best practices in the field of early childhood development with the inspired philosophy of Reggio Emilia, Montessori, and High Scope.
Glazer ECC offers rolling admissions and mid-year enrollment opportunities.
Address: 3663 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles,
Beth Hillel’s Early Childhood program is a play-based, developmental program for children ages 2-5 where children learn through play, hands-on activities, and art. In the safe and inviting classrooms and outdoor areas, the children are encouraged to make choices, participate in both inside and outside activities, and explore and discover their environment. Through independent play, guided large and small group activities, social interactions and role modeling, students learn social-emotional, motor, and cognitive skills to help them develop the skills they need to succeed in life. To learn more, visit our website and contact us for touring and registration information.
Address: 12326 Riverside Dr., Valley Village,
The IKAR ECC offers a developmental, play-based program infused with Judaic and social justice curricula. Our program embraces commitments to Judaic learning; an intro to conversational, liturgical, and written Hebrew; Reggio Emilia-inspired emergent learning; our partnership with the community of Katira, Uganda; and the practice of Tikkun Olam (taking care of the earth). We offer half day and full day options and are open to children ages 2-5. Families do not need to be Jewish to attend. We are open and operating safely and joyfully under strict COVID protocols. Located in Mid-City Los Angeles.