Students can learn about building kindergarten crafts using the materials they already have, and with the help of their parents.
The program is designed to give parents a chance to learn from the work of educators and to learn the lessons of kindergarten, a key stage of education for children.
The preschool is part of the preschool curriculum for preschoolers.
In addition to materials and a sandbox, participants are also given a basic toolkit, like a ruler and pencil.
The kindergarten project was created by a local kindergarten teacher, Shlomo Mitzur, to teach children to build their own home.
Mitzurg said he has used the materials from his home, which he inherited from his father, for many years.
He has even built a preschool with his own parts.
“I know it’s very hard for my children, especially those who are in kindergartens, to know how to do this, and it’s hard for them to be inspired by this,” he told The Associated Press.
“We do this with a lot of love and passion.”
The kindergarten project has taken several years, and Mitzurs son, Isaac, is now six.
It started in 2013.
Mazzur said the program began because of the rising popularity of kindergartons in Israel.
The project started with about 100 kindergarten teachers, and has now grown to about 1,000, he said.
“We started in the fall and now it’s expanding to the summer, with many more teachers and we have also received help from local kindergarten centers,” Mazzurg said.
“I believe the program will help many people learn to build and to have a home for themselves.”
The program was created in response to the growing popularity of kindergarten in Israel, Mazzurs father said.
In the past year, Israel has seen a number of kindergarts in operation, including one in Beit El, the largest municipality in the West Bank.
In a recent interview with Al Jazeera, Mitzurus father said he believes the kindergarten initiative is one of the most important steps for kindergartners to develop.
“There is a lot more work that needs to be done, especially for our children,” he said, adding that it will help them understand how to create their own house.
The program, which has received support from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), will continue in the coming weeks and months.
“In a lot that we have done, we are trying to reach the same result, the same level of achievement,” Mitzor, the kindergarten teacher told Al Jazeera.
“It’s not that we are just doing the basics, it’s that we know what is needed to create a home, to be able to live together and live independently, to have the best education possible.”
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