Ahead of the upcoming school year, a new website has been launched with a wealth of learning resources for kindergartens and schools.
The website is directed by Bracha Torenheim and Yocheved Butman, who combine their knowledge and professional experience in graphic design with a unique approach to education, to create a “tailor-made early learning environment.”
The goal of the website is to enrich learning centers in kindergartens and schools, to suggest topics to educators, and to accompany educators at every stage of the teaching process.
The website is built as a virtual store that presents extensive learning resources including interactive bulletin boards, wall decorations, workbooks, posters, scenery, and more.
All learning materials are designed using high-level graphics with an especially clean, esthetically-pleasing approach, and are organized according to age/grade level.
All the materials are on a high standard of holiness and purity, and they place great emphasis on accustoming children to mitzvah performance and on inculcating fine character traits and Jewish, Chassidic values.
The website is updated very frequently, and it combines interesting posts, tips from experts, and insights for improving learning as well.
The suggested materials are divided into various categories, focusing on the Jewish calendar and various topics and skills. The resources can be printed in a variety of languages, sizes, and materials.
The site products have been successfully tested in schools in Eretz Yisrael and they have been designed based on requests from experienced teachers and educators for all ages.
“Together, we will move the educational experience forward in our mission to promote education,” says Bracha Torenheim, founder of Moving EdForward. “Our goal is to enrich children with knowledge and experience, to cultivate tender seedlings so as to raise the quality of the tree with the good fruit that will grow forth from it, so that we may merit to march together to greet Moshiach now and declare: ‘See the offspring that we have raised!'”
Preschool educators, teachers and Shluchos are invited to visit and sign up at www.MovingEdForward.com