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At Temple Bat Yahm Preschool, we believe that children are individual learners; each one gaining skills at their own pace and responding to different styles and methods of teaching  We strive to create a rich curriculum that meets the needs of all children; visual, auditory, and perceptual learners. Our philosophy centers itself on the whole child. We aim to nurture and strengthen each child’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical abilities through our program. We believe that children learn through active play and exploration in a multi-sensory environment. As children experience our inside and outdoor classrooms, they learn to problem solve, gain self-esteem, and acquire the skills to build on for successful future education. 
The preschool is open to children of all races, religions, and national origins. Children of temple members have priority registration.  In adherence to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), our program does not discriminate based on a child’s disability. We strive to offer reasonable accommodations to enable children with disabilities to be fully included in the program.

 To take a tour & inquire about enrollment, email TBY Preschool Director, Laura Gramling, MA at

Our Programs

The teachers, administrators, and staff at TBY Preschool are united in their belief that all Children are individual learners. No two students have exactly the same skills or learning style. That’s why we create an individual learning plan for every child. Your plan will combine direct instruction, small-group work, and one-on-one tutoring in a way that works for your student.

The Full Inclusion Preschool Program (FIPP) is the community collaboration between Temple Bat Yahm Preschool and Temple Beth El SOC Early Childhood Center that allows each school to work with families whose children have been diagnosed with varying learning disabilities.  These children are full included in the classroom with their typical peers, assuring them of the same quality education and opportunities for social interaction. 

More Information

If you have questions about this fund, please reach out to Lesa at for assistance.

Gifts to this Tribute Fund will be recognized in the Tributes section of the Scribe Magazine.


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