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This year, CBE's Giving Tuesday efforts are in support of the Beth Emeth Early Childhood Center (BEECC). BEECC is home to our community's littlest learners: from our youngest students in the Barvazim class through our Parparim, Yaelim, and prekindergarten Kofim class. Early Childhood Education is a unique field that sets the stage for every child's future -- and it truly takes a village to support us in that work.

As we are coming out of an unprecedented global pandemic, BEECC is in an exciting phase of renewal and growth. Keep reading to learn about different ways you can support us as we learn and grow together!  



General Wish List

Click here to view our wish list.

This list includes a variety of classroom materials, furnishing, and communal items that have been selected and curated by our entire team. From rugs to playground balls to puzzles and more... we appreciate your contributions!


Amazing Educators

Click here to view our teacher supplies wish list.

Our dedicated, talented, playful teachers are the heart and soul of BEECC. The items on this list will be used to make aspects of their work easier while also giving them resources to add even more to their classroom environments. 


Updated Furniture

Click here to view our furniture wish list.

BEECC has been a home for CBE's littlest learners since 1990! As with any well-loved home, updates are needed every now and then. This list includes items that will support our growth and renewal for many years to come. 


Click here to view our collaborative play wish list. 

As Mr. Rogers said, play is the work of childhood. One of the joys of working in early childhood is watching our students develop their play and social-emotional skills when they shift from independent play to interactive, collaborative play. And this doesn't have to end when our students walk out of their classrooms; this list contain items that can support school-wide collaboration and fun. 



A Playground Library

Click here to view our playground library wish list.

What is a playground library? It was an idea from one of our students in the Kofim class. Click here to read the origin story! 


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