Our learning methodology focuses on three main educational approaches

  1. Integrated, Differentiated and Trans-disciplinary learning
  2. Learning Through Inquiry
  3. Learning Through Play


  • Integrated, Differentiated  and Trans-disciplinary learning

Students grab ideas efficiently and effectively and maintain their attention in school when they have an educational program that is integrated – one that compels them to connect their learning to their own lives and the world around them, and that helps them see how knowledge and skills in one area are relevant and related to the other. Our Kindergarten experience accentuates the interconnected and trans-disciplinary learning that occurs when children are exposed to real-life situations and differentiated activities in the classroom, home, school, and their community- catering to each and every individuals special learning abilities targeting their multiple intelligence.

  •  Learning Through Inquiry

Almost all young children are naturally inquisitive and ask many questions about things that holds their attention. Our program capitalizes on this natural eagerness to learn and absorb information.

Young children are given plenty of opportunities to manipulate materials, to observe, listen, investigate, experiment, and ask questions, as well as draw conclusions. Our teacher’s help children make real life connections between what they already know and what they are discovering and learning.

  •  Learning Through Play

From birth, play is the way children inquire and learn about the world around them. Play based learning looks at the importance of time, space, materials and relationships in inquiry. It has been long acknowledged that there is a strong connection between play and learning for young children. Play, therefore, has a legitimate and important role to play in Kindergarten and can be used to further children’s learning in all areas of our educational program.

Using play, M. Kids provides opportunities for learning in a context in which children are at their most receptive. During play with others and with materials and equipment in their environment, children become immersed in activities through which they learn about themselves and explore their world