6500 Westbury Oaks Court  |  Springfield, VA 22152  |  United States  |  +1.703.455.7529


At Adat Reyim Preschool we find child-initiated, child-directed, teacher-supported play is the most important component of our program, allowing children to grow physically, emotionally and socially.  Children learn to negotiate, share, cooperate and respects the rights of others.  Adat Reyim Preschool is influenced by the Reggio-Emilia Philosphy and has adopted this style of learning to fit our programs and encompass Jewish values. 

The preschool is open to to all children regardless of race, color, religion, nationality or ethnicity.  We acknowledge and respect the diversity of our children while emphasizing the values of family, community, caring, joy, tradition and rituals.

Transitional Twos

Children must be 24 months by January 1 to enroll in this class.  Children who are too young to attend preschool are welcome to join with their special adult - parent, grandparent, baby sitter.  The class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 - 11:00 and includes an art project, story time, music and play.  The class is led by an experienced teacher who helps prepare the children for coming to preschool independently.  

At the end of the session children can transition to the M/W/F Twos class, can continue in the Baby and Me Class or transition to a different preschool program.



Our two year old class has a three day or five day option.  Children must be 24 months old by September 30 to enroll in our Twos class.  The goals of the two year old program are to help your child learn to separate from their parents, build their ability to work and play alongside and with others, and learn about Jewish holidays and customs.  The curriculum also includes beginning language skills, communication, art, movement, music and STEAM enrichment.


Our three year old class has a three day or five day option.  Children must be 3 years old by September 30 to enroll in our Threes class.  The goals of the three year old program are to promote learning through a variety of different activities.  Children continue to build on concepts such as working and playing alongside and with their peers, learning to follow instructions and developing their listening skills.  The curriculum continues to develop and strengthen language and communication skills.


Our pre-K class meets Monday - Friday.  Children must be four years old by September 30 to enroll in our pre-k class.  The goal of this program is to promote social readiness for kindergarten with special emphasis on age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate skills.  

Junior Kindergarten

This class is designed specifically as a fourth year preschool program.  It is appropriate for children who miss the cut-off for kindergarten by a few months or for those who will benefit from an additional year in a small class with attentive teachers and specialists.  School readiness is an integral part of the program and parents will be provided with on-going feedback about their child's growth and development.  We work with area schools to make sure our students have all the skills they need to thrive in their kindergarten class.