The Jerusalem post reported on Monday that the kindergarten supply list published in the Jerusalem Municipality was the latest to feature kindergarten toys and educational materials.
The list included kindergarten toys for the ages of two to five years, kindergarten supplies, as well as a supply list for the kindergartens for children who live in the neighborhood and the kindergarten buildings, the Post said.
The list also listed the types of toys that kindergartners can expect at each kindergarten, including toys and games, a book for reading, a video game, a pair of gloves, and other school supplies, the report said.
“The kindergarteners at these schools will have access to these toys, and the schools will be providing a variety of activities that include learning, learning by playing, reading, and reading by reading,” said Jerusalem Municipalities education minister Yoav Kisht.
“All the kindergarts will have a separate playground and a separate classroom,” Kishts said.
“The kindergarts are going to be able to provide the basic needs for kindergartening, including reading, writing, and speaking.”
The kindergarten supplies included a few items that were expected at the start of the school year, such as notebooks and pencils, according to the report.
The Post added that the kindergarden supply list did not mention any materials, but instead described what kindergarten supplies could be used for, and how to prepare for the new year.
The kindergarten supply lists do not mention that parents must bring their children to school, but do say that the kids can have access “to the school library, the school gymnasium, and to the school’s recreational facilities,” the report added.
The post said the kindergarten supplies did not list the kinds of materials that were included in the kindergarten, but did say that “all kindergarten materials must be kept in a clean and sanitary environment.”
The Jerusalem Post said that some kindergartons in the West Bank are under construction.
It reported that a new school, located in the village of Arzoun, will open next week.
Kindergartens are supposed to be run by the municipality, but many have been closed in recent years, and many of them are run by parents.
In the past, many kindergarters have complained about overcrowding and poor living conditions, but they are still able to enroll their children in the schools, the paper said.
The playgrounds will be equipped with desks and desks and tables for students, and also for parents, it added.