Welcome to ‘Kinderpillar’: Parent’s First Choice Preschool!
To be a global leader in the provision of early childhood education by designing, developing and implementing the best curriculum and teaching practices while using state-of-the-art learning aids.
Why Kinderpillar ?
Early years of life are the most important for the establishment of the basics of child’s intelligence, personality, and social behavior. The preschool education is a key way to develop your child’s skills such as creative thinking, problem solving and independent learning.
One of the most significant decisions that you will make as a parent is that of choosing the best preschool for your child. When it comes to finding an Early Childhood Learning Center for your precious one, nothing short of perfect will do.
Kinderpillar has a specially designed program that caters to every age and every stage that falls within the preschool spectrum. This exciting new program is based on the very best research and teaching techniques used in the United States of America to educate young children. The program is a unique blend of brain-based research and creative teaching techniques that not only teach your children, but actually inspire them to learn!
Our Results Speak for themsleves!
In Kinderpillar classrooms, teachers actively engage young children in learning process and encourage self-regulation. Children learn multiple concepts, facts, skills and small projects. They also develop autonomy and sense of responsibility. Children are interdependent, may work collaboratively or alone; teachers allow a wider and more divergent range of acceptable roles and behaviors hence building teams and social bonds. All the classrooms are equipped with scientifically designed, safe, non-toxic and age-appropriate toys which enhance the brain-based learning process.
Kindergarten Blog & News
“I want to play too!” Helping Children Deal with Exclusion- By Prof. Ellen Booth Church
It’s MY Turn! The Importance of Learning How to Take Turns – By Prof. Ellen Booth Church
Moral Development in Young Children – By Prof. Ellen Booth Church