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Temple Sinai creates a warm, welcoming and fun community for families with children 5 years old and under.  We hope you join us for one of our many programs this year! 

 If you have questions, please contact Marisa Kaiser, Director of Education, at 404.252.3073, ext. 323 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tot Shabbat

Once a month, Tot Shabbat gathers families with children aged 5 and under to celebrate Shabbat with a warm, fun, kid-friendly service. There’s something special to see our little ones singing and dancing with the joy of Shabbat. The service, typically themed around an upcoming holiday, is led by one of our Rabbis and is followed by an oneg and craft related to the theme.  

Moms and Tots

This is a fun-filled opportunity for moms with kids, ages 5 and under, to spend quality time together while making new friends. We will get together once a month on a weekend for various activities sure to be a blast for everyone!

Daddy and Me

Join other Dads of kids ages 5 and under for a laid back and enjoyable get-together each month! From playground time to pizza & ice cream, each month is a different theme but it’s always guaranteed to be so much fun.

Early Childhood Religious School Programs

Torah Tots

Torah Tots: Parent & Me is a Jewish experiential program for toddlers, ages two and three and their parents. Through interaction with other children and play, the students and their parents will begin to form bonds with one another to understand basic symbols and practices associated with the Jewish holidays. This is also a great opportunity for parents to meet other parents at Temple Sinai!



Children only. Must be 4 by September 1st

The Pre-Kindergarten class is a great introduction to Religious School. Our 4-year-olds will explore the Jewish holidays with their peers, with a strong focus on Shabbat. Through stories, discussions, games, art, music and dance, the Pre-Kindergartners will practice the Shabbat rituals and begin to practice the value of tzedakah (giving to others).

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