Preschool and Sports & Wellness Enrichment Classes

Whatever your child’s passion, we have you covered for afternoons full of sports, learning, fun and friendship during the school year! Classes listed below are offered during Fall and Winter/Spring based on enrollment.

To see the classes currently being offered, please view the Register Now links.

All enrolled Zale children will be transported to enrichment classes by Zale staff. No drop outs will be accepted after the second week of enrichment classes as refunds will not be provided.

Zale classes open to children enrolled in Levis JCC Zale’s 2-year old, 3-year old and Pre-K programs. Classes are 45 minutes. Sports & Wellness classes open to the community, 3-year olds and up.


Ballet with Miss Sara

Dancers leap and twirl through the basics of ballet as they are introduced to the concepts of grace, line, posture, stretch and creative improvisation. Basic elements of ballet warm-ups and traveling steps are taught in a developmentally appropriate way. Children must be toilet trained – no diapers. Minimum 5, maximum 12.

Gymnastics and Tumbling - Powered by Gymnastics and Movement

This class focuses on gymnastics tumbling skills and proper technique development. Your child will learn the basic skills of gymnastics in a fun, noncompetitive environment. Your child is going to “FLIP” to come to class! Children must be toilet trained – no diapers. Minimum 4, maximum 16.

Karate - Powered by Villani’s Martial Arts

Villari’s Shaolin Kempo Karate combines the Shaolin Kung Fu, Kempo, Karate, and parts of several other disciplines including Western Boxing, Jujutsu, and Chin Na. The benefits of martial arts training include focus, discipline, respect, confidence, self-defense, empowerment, selfesteem, conflict resolution, self-control, anti-bullying, flexibility, health and fitness. Master instructor Mark Pearson is 8th degree black belt with over 35 years of experience in the Shaolin Kempo Karate system. Children must be toilet trained – no diapers. Minimum 6, maximum 20.

Soccer - Powered by Indigogap

Boys and girls learn the skills of soccer through mini-games and drills. They will learn ball control, passing, shooting and much more! Children must be toilet trained – no diapers. Minimum 4, maximum 20.

Supersports - Powered by Indigogap

A sport development program for both boys and girls. Includes basketball, soccer, and relay races, with obstacle challenge course Children must be toilet trained - no diapers. Minimum 5, maximum 12. Sports & Wellness Building. Children must be toilet trained - no diapers. Minimum 5, maximum 12.

Swimming – Powered by Happy Swimmers

Children will be taught essential safety and swimming skills. All Happy Swimmers instructors are Red Cross certified. Parents must be present to change their child after the class. If your child attends Zale Aftercare program, special arrangements can be made. Children must be toilet trained – no diapers. Minimum 3, maximum 8.

Tennis - Powered by All-Stars Performance Services

This class is a fun introduction to tennis for the youngest tennis player using games to teach fundamental skills. Children must be toilet trained – no diapers. Minimum 4, maximum 10.

Yoga for Children with Ladybug Yoga

Ladybug Yoga classes are very creative and lots of fun! Children develop strength, balance, flexibility, better focus and how to calm themselves down. Children practice breathing exercises, yoga poses and play fun games that incorporates the poses and always end with a special guided relaxation. Minimum 6, maximum 12.


Israeli Movement

Fun movement activities and Israeli dances combined with Hebrew music will help develop gross motor skills, Coordination and balance. Minimum 8, maximum 15.

Mini Chefs

Children measure, mix, pour, and stir their own delectables while developing important skills such as math, language and science.

Ooey Gooey Science

Explore and learn about science through hands-on sensory experiences!

Shabbat Rocks

Children join Miss Wendy, Charlie and Schnitzel each week on an interactive adventure as they experience their Jewish heritage.