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Temple B’Nai Jeshuran:
Since 1967, the Rabbi Barry H. Greene Early Childhood Center has helped young congregants learn in a sacred and nurturing environment. Through a curriculum centered on play and exploration, the school attempts to build social and emotional skills.
Far Brook School:
The Montessori School of Millburn/Short Hills:
The Montessori Children’s Academy opened in September of 1999. The Academy now serves over 450 families in Millburn/Short Hills and the surrounding communities. Utilizing the traditional Montessori teachings, the Academy emphasizes group and individual discussion. Activities such as literature, cooking, art, group skits, plays, and class trips are incorporated, fostering a great place to learn for local children.
Neighborhood House Nursery School:
The Neighborhood House Nursery School (NHNS) is a part of the Neighborhood Association, a nonprofit, community-based organization. Established in 1920, the NHN offers a warm, nurturing environment where children develop social skills.
St. Stephen’s Pre-School:
Open Door Nursery School:
Open Door believes play is integral to early development education. Each class day involves free-play, where children interact with kitchen toys, dolls, trucks, playdoh, painting, as well as interact with other students during story time, outside time, snack time and discussion/music time. The children also participate in cooking activities. As students move from two-year old studies to three year-old classes, Open Door incorporates more traditional nursery rhymes. The four year-old classes begin reading and math. A music teacher meets with each class separately once a week. A Spanish teacher meets with the four year-old classes once a week.
Christ Church Nursey School:
Established in 1962, Christ Church Nursery School is sponsored by Christ Church, a local house of worship in Short Hills. The Nursery School seeks to help children explore their independence, as well as their language and social skills. Teaching instruction and class plans are centered around children’s literature. They also incorporate music, cooking activities, and art projects, making every day an exciting adventure!