Hadassah Greater Atlanta is launching its Training Wheels/Al Galgalim program for preschoolers ages 3 to 5 and their parents with a Rosh Hashanah program Sunday, Sept. 25.

Avi has created a tree for all seasons at a Training Wheels Tu B'Shevat session.

Avi has created a tree for all seasons at a Training Wheels Tu B’Shevat session.

The family education program follows the year al galgalim (on wheels) with nine sessions focused on holidays from Rosh Hashanah to Shavuot, including Shabbat.

Activities include songs, stories, crafts, games and holiday foods, all of which enable adults and children to experience the pleasures of celebrating the holidays. The program is all about families participating in Jewish rituals and spending quality time together.

Each Training Wheels session is led by trained Hadassah volunteers on a Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Perimeter area.

The Rosh Hashanah session is free, although there is a fee for the yearlong program. Make reservations by contacting Sheila Barid and Melissa Kornfeld at barids@bellsouth.net or 404-636-2696. More information is available at www.hadassah.org/atlanta or www.facebook.com/Training-Wheels-Atlanta-237308792957896.

The rest of the Training Wheels calendar: Sukkot, Oct. 16; Chanukah, Dec. 18; Shabbat, Jan. 8; Tu B’Shevat, Feb. 5; Purim, March 12; Passover, April 2; Yom HaAtzmaut, April 30; and Shavuot, May 21.