Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El

8200 Peters Road Plantation, FL 33324

8200 Peters Road Plantation, FL 33324

  • Ages

    6 weeks - 6 years

  • FL DCF

    License no. C17BO0079

  • Hours of operation

    7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

  • State quality rated

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About the school

The most important time in your child’s development is birth through the age of five. The team at Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El in Plantation strives to provide a fun, safe learning environment that fosters intellectual and social growth for these formative years. At Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El, educators offer opportunities for students to develop productive independence in both academic and life skill spheres. Educators at Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El work to create a safe, clean, and nurturing learning environment with staff trained in health and safety procedures as well as early learning best practices. This school serves a large number of students, creating opportunities for students and families to establish connections and form relationships with a broad range of local families.

Educational philosophy and administration

TKAE's program nurtures children’s expressive needs, academic curiosity, and love of learning with play-based lessons in Judaica, Hebrew, music, art, and other subjects. Using smart boards, smart tables, manipulatives, and individualized instruction, teachers provide “opportunities to experiment, discover, dream, and imagine.” Lessons revolve around the Florida Early Learning Developmental Standards and incorporate the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum, described by the publisher as an “award-winning curriculum that offers multisensory strategies and materials to teach pencil grip, letter formation, and the literacy skills that are needed for print and cursive handwriting.” Stacey Katz, TKAE’s Early Childhood Program Director, oversees a teaching staff characterized by the school as “nurturing” and “energetic.” Stacey joined the faculty in 1997 and holds a B.A. in Management with a minor in Child Psychology, a B.S. in Nursing, and an M.A. in Administration. Stacey’s goal for students is “to set the foundation for lifelong learning,” and her goal for families is for them to “feel that they are leaving their children in a nurturing, safe environment.” Community members call the staff “fun and friendly,” as well as “warm and loving.”

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Amenities

  • Outdoor play area
  • Outdoor play area

Enrichment Programs

  • Art
  • Music
  • Art
  • Music

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Frequently asked questions

  • What is the address of Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El?

    Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El is located at 8200 Peters Road Plantation, FL 33324.

  • What ages does Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El accept?

    Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El serves children ages 6 weeks to 6 years.

  • What hours is Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El open?

    Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El is open from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

  • Is Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El accredited?

    We are unable to verify any accreditations for Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El. For more information, please call 877-773-5669.

  • What is the curriculum at Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El?

    TKAE's program nurtures children’s expressive needs, academic curiosity, and love of learning with play-based lessons in Judaica, Hebrew, music, art, and other subjects. Using smart boards, smart tables, manipulatives, and individualized instruction, teachers provide “opportunities to experiment, discover, dream, and imagine.” Lessons revolve around the Florida Early Learning Developmental Standards and incorporate the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum, described by the publisher as an “award-winning curriculum that offers multisensory strategies and materials to teach pencil grip, letter formation, and the literacy skills that are needed for print and cursive handwriting.” Stacey Katz, TKAE’s Early Childhood Program Director, oversees a teaching staff characterized by the school as “nurturing” and “energetic.” Stacey joined the faculty in 1997 and holds a B.A. in Management with a minor in Child Psychology, a B.S. in Nursing, and an M.A. in Administration. Stacey’s goal for students is “to set the foundation for lifelong learning,” and her goal for families is for them to “feel that they are leaving their children in a nurturing, safe environment.” Community members call the staff “fun and friendly,” as well as “warm and loving.”

  • How many students attend Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El?

    Temple Kol Ami-Emanu-El has a maximum licensed capacity of 262 children.

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