Kindergarten – protestant parish of erbach

Evangelical parish

Erbach in the Odenwald

Evangelical Kindergarten "Rainbow"

Director: Doris Urbatis


The “Rainbow” Protestant kindergarten has three groups.

We accept children from the age of three.
Two teachers take care of each group.

The care times

Half-day place:

7 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Full day course:
(Additional payment: € 41.90 / month)

7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The door remains closed from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (morning circle)
from 10 a.m. please ring the bell!

What does "evangelical" mean??

The Evangelical parish supports our institution. The kindergarten is open to children and parents of all confessions and beliefs.

Our work follows recognized quality standards that apply to all daycare centers. Religion is also an issue for us. Christian festivals such as Christmas, Easter and Thanksgiving have their place with us in kindergarten year.

Together with Pastor Höfeld we celebrate services that we prepare together. He comes to the groups several times a year to tell stories from the Bible and answer children’s questions.

The city church is a familiar place for our children, with which they combine beautiful experiences.

The familiarization phase

For you as a family, one begins new Section. Every child is accompanied and supported by us teachers during the settling-in period. It will get to know a lot of new things and will also have to process many new impressions. You and your child have to let go of each other a bit.

We will make appointments with you for the familiarization phases. Every child needs their individual time to settle in his Group. This means that the parents or another caregiver can accompany them during the first few weeks and the duration of attendance can be increased daily or weekly.

We are happy that your child will attend our kindergarten.

Our daily routine

7:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.

7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Possibility of breakfast

9.30 a.m. – 10 a.m.

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

free play and various offers

12 p.m. – 12.30 p.m.
or 2.30 p.m. – 3.00 p.m.

The morning circle

takes place separately in each group and follows the same ritual every day:

  • greet us and go through the attendance list together.
  • take turns talking and listening to each other.
  • sing together, play finger games, look at picture books together and read stories.
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is a special day that all children look forward to. We celebrate the birthdays as part of the morning circle with child-friendly rituals.

Our breakfast

is diverse, balanced and healthy. There is a daily breakfast buffet. We offer children bread, sausage, cheese, muesli, seasonal fruits and vegetables and more. v. a. more. We have water, tea, milk and cocoa as drinks. We charge a monthly fee for this.

To sing

Singing is fun. That’s why we sing with joy on many occasions! Once a week we take a lot of time to sing with all three groups. The cantor of the Protestant parish supports us in this.

Pate dentist

Once a year, the dentist Dr. Visit Markwart. He talks to the children about healthy breakfast and dental care and tries to relieve the children of the fear of the dentist.

On the return visit, the children can playfully explore the dental practice and try out the dental chair.

Our projects

are especially fun for the children. For all children there are always cross-group projects in the course of a kindergarten year:

  • interesting experiments indoors or outdoors
  • simple work in the hall
  • trying out different painting techniques
  • and much more

Out of the house

to run around, climb, slide, swing, balance! If the weather permits, we will be in the yard or in the nearby playground.

Our forest walks are an experience for all the senses.

When we walk through Erbach, we also get to know our city and the most important traffic rules.

Our trips are always exciting and a lot of fun.

The last kindergarten year

is particularly exciting for us:

  • The prospective school children meet once a week across groups for the preschool project.
  • Together a topic is worked out, which the children choose in a conference. This is the topic of many campaigns and especially the summer festival.
  • The children become “BIBFIT”: They meet with their staff on 4 mornings in the Catholic library. The library driver’s license is then proudly issued there.
  • With the pastor and the cantor, the children explore our church, the bell tower, the organ and other secrets.
  • Erbach police officers teach the children how to behave as a pedestrian in traffic.
  • A child-friendly first aid course is carried out at the Red Cross.
  • There is an excursion in which all prospective school children take part.

You can’t teach people anything.
You can only help them discover it within themselves.


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