Rhythm, pitch, social skills and exploration are just a few things these children are learning during free-play time.
Animals, Alphabet, Numbers and Colors: children at Kingdom Academy learn all this and more.
Even the little ones get to help make snack on Fridays. Here the class is making cupcakes.
Kingdom Academy prepares children to thrive in STEM programs. Here, a student discovers how soap breaks up dirt particles (or food coloring in this case).
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. These children are discovering some of the most fundamental concepts in engineering while having a blast and making friends!
Classrooms are designed to encourage learning all day long through structured activities and learning through play.
Science meets Mother's Day
Children transplant flowers for their mothers after decorating the pots. They learned how the roots need plenty of space for the plant to stay healthy.
Children need to move! In addition to structured learning activities, children have plenty of oportunity to run, dance, play and just be kids!
The children discover the colored water traveled across the paper towels while they ate snack! They also talked about how the colored changed into new colors when they mixed together.
Finger painting teaches hand-eye coordination, non-verbal communication and creativity. Here, the class is learning to recognise the color 'red'.
Building block table
Building blocks give children an opportunity to grow in so many ways as they learn problem solving, teamwork, fine motor skills, imagination and much more.
From the map on the wall to the drama corner and kitchen play sets, Kingdom academy offers a variety of learning oportunities.