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CURIOUS MINDS 2015-2016

Information Sessions




Free Programs for Preschoolers
and their Grownups

Throughout the school year, Rashi offers free events for you and your preschooler. These things to do with your preschooler are educational and entertaining and a great way to become more familiar with us and the school. Most programs are held at Rashi and presented by Rashi faculty. We will publish the upcoming year's dates and descriptions in early fall.

Bring your friends or come meet new ones!
Come to one program or come to all!

This year's Curious Minds events:

Purim Community Costume Party for Children in Preschool and Kindergarten : Public School Holiday

Friday, March 25
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Put on your favorite costume and make the Purim story come to life. Create a crazy grogger, decorate your own colorful mask, and march in our Purim parade. We encourage you to bring a box of whole grain pasta that will be delivered to JF&CS Family Table. Preschool and Kindergarten-aged children are welcome!


Yom HaAtzmaut: Happy Birthday, Israel

Friday, May 13
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

We invite you to stay for Kabbalat Shabbat 2:25 PM - 3:00 PM

Yallah! (That’s "let's go" in Hebrew!) Join us as we embark on an adventure into Israeli culture with food and crafts! This is an Israel experience you won’t want to miss. Birthday cake will be served.


Past Events

Barn Babies

Sunday, September 20
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Curious Minds spent the morning with baby animals! We got up close and personal with baby goats, piglets, puppies, kittens, bunnies, chicks, and more!


Savvy Scientists featuring Kidville Wellesley

Wednesday, November 11
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Calling all scientists! Curious Minds put on their lab coats for hands-on investigations of the science all around us! Children had the opportunity to conduct their own experiments.


Tu B’Shevat: Superheroes of the Soil

Friday, January 29
1:30 PM – 2:15 PM

Kabbalat Shabbat 2:25 PM - 3:00 PM

Plants, flowers, trees, and animals all live in the soil. Curious Minds rolled up their sleeves and joined our Kindergarten teachers to get messy with soil and learned why it’s such an important part of our earth.