Leibler Yavneh College is excited to announce a new program for parents and their little ones.
YavBubs, a weekly activity for parents and their babies, will offer engaging and fun play, as well as Jewish learning experiences.
Designed for children aged nine months and older, it will be a baby edition of the creche and ELC program.
Morah Yael, a highly experienced early childhood educator who inspires and engages with sparkle and warmth will run the program, a unique blend of age-appropriate play, Jewish music, Hebrew and singing, moving through the celebration of Shabbat and the Jewish calendar.
Through experiential learning opportunities, even the youngest members of the Yavneh family can start to enjoy and connect to the rich tapestry of Torah and mitzvot.
Beyond the learning opportunities, YavBubs also offers a warm and welcoming environment for parents to connect, share experiences and form lasting friendships in the Yavneh family.
“Our mission is to expand our nurturing and supportive community by creating a space where even babies can explore, learn and grow and where their parents can find friendship, advice and community,” said Leibler Yavneh College principal Shula Lazar.
“We are excited to introduce this initiative to the community, and we anticipate that YavBubs will provide a supportive, fun environment for young families.
“Even though it is some time since my own children were babies, I fondly remember the joy of singing Shabbat songs with them and sharing the eager anticipation of upcoming chagim through music and games,” she added.
YavBubs will be open to all babies and their parents (or grandparents or special friends) whether they are enrolled to attend Yavneh Early Learning Centre or not.
All those looking to participate in a supportive and nurturing community are welcome.
Sessions run on Thursday mornings from 9.45–10.30am until December 7. For more information visit: yavneh.vic.edu.au/events/yavbubs