PJ Plus is a 7-10 week program where children aged 1.5 through 3 years and their parents (or grandparents) participate in a fun and meaningful program with a specially designed curriculum based on PJ Library books! It focuses on Jewish holidays, Shabbat, Israel, and Jewish values. Several locations, dates, and times available throughout the GTA!
PJ Plus builds on the overwhelming success of PJ Library, using PJ Library books as a springboard to develop engaging and inspiring weekly classes for parents or grandparents and their tots. It's where the fun of a play date meets the value of Jewish family education.
Parents are their children's most powerful Jewish teachers. When you learn with your children, you are a model for lifelong Jewish learning.
Now at a reduced cost of $65 for 7-10 weeks of fun!
We just registered for our second session of PJ Plus Parent & Tot Class, and we couldn't be happier! We love how the Sunday classes compliment and expands on the wonderful messages and themes of the PJ books. The curriculum is always age-appropriate, interactive and engaging, and it's the perfect mix of art, music, play, and learning. The class has helped make Jewish concepts and holidays understandable and meaningful for our son. Thank you PJ Plus for greatly enriching our son's Jewish educational experience!!!
Michelle Klein ( Beth Sholom)
“Leah really liked the classes (so did her daddy) and would jump out of bed in the morning when we'd come to get her up, it was great as parents for us to see her enthusiasm and pleasure. Mora Sara was wonderful and great with the children and we genuinely had a positive experience… as it's really the only place (other than home) where she gets to experience Jewish content. I was thrilled to see her handmade grogger for Purim.“;
Marla Shapiro- Heller ( Adath Israel)
I want to highly recommend a really great parent/toddler program run by PJ Plus ... I totally loved it all! The teacher is great. ..so warm and lovely. I am really looking forward to the next session!
Dahlia Geft( Barbara Frum Library)