Activities for Your Little Ones



Winter Sessions

Registration opens December 18th


My Community

January 29, February 5,12,19

4 Fridays  

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Cost $60 (4 classes)  

Limited space!


All About Me

February 26, March 4,11,18

4 Fridays  

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Cost $60 (4 classes)    

Limited space!



Spring Session

Registration opens Febuary 19th


My Little World

April 1,8,15 May 6,13,20

6 Fridays  

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Cost $90 (6 classes)  

Welcome to our Mommy & Me community.


These popular classes are a great opportunity to introduce your child to the preschool experiences in a social and child friendly environment.  


Our toddler classes include structured circle time, exposure to new activities, art projects, baking, songs & music, physical play and sensory exploration; while our baby classes, are designed specially for little ones that are not yet 'up & about ' but are ready to explore, engage, and socialize. We specifically chose the timing of our class to best accommodate as many naps and carpool schedules as we could. 


Every class promises a stimulating experiance with:


  • Music and Movement

  • Sensory Activities

  • Social Development

  • Jewish songs and Theme


Your child can be accompanied by a parent, grandparent, or nanny. It is also an opportunity for parents to meet other parents, socialize, have fun, and share parent to parent ideas and tips.


If you have any question about the program please feel free to contact Esther at

Malkie Goldshmid-Telsner



11621 Seven Locks Road

Potomac, MD 20854



Malkie Goldshmid-Telsner is an experienced Early Childhood Educator who is guided by the philosophy that all children have unique strengths and gifts to succeed. 


Before joining Preschool of the Arts, Malkie studied Early Childhood Education at Touro College in New York and taught at the Chabad Early Learning Center on the Upper West Side of Manhattan for eight years.


One of Malkie's most noted accomplishments while teaching on the Upper West Side, was her creation of an integrated classroom structure which supports children with developmental challenges. Malkie has also participated in extensive mentoring and training in this field. 


Malkie sees herself as a facilitator, guiding young students in their exploration of the world and building life skills. For Malkie, watching a child’s eyes light up as they learn and discover is to her the most rewarding experience.