Our Philosophy

At Kinder Kampus, education means the development of the whole child – cognitively, socially, emotionally. We believe in structured programs that encourage exploration and participation while focusing on learning.

There should be flexibility in this program to allow a variety of learning styles. By combining learning with fun, we challenge children and stimulate their interests to promote development.

Over 25 years of operation


Kinder Kampus plans age-appropriate activities where children become active participants in the learning process such as music, arts and crafts, circle time, workbooks, phonics lessons, and dramatic play. Our programs page includes information on the daily activities for each age group.

As children grow from infancy, our programs specialize in early learning and literacy development, and offer the following elements


All natural environment

Kinder Kampus takes pride in offering an all natural creative play environment

Sufficient Technology

Access to computers and tablets with early childhood education software

Phonic Development

Fun Family phonics: an interactive and fun method for children to to learn the alphabet, phonetic sounds, word formation and spelling!

Educational Supplies

Workbooks that develop reading, writing and math skills

Specialized Teachers

Special teachers for instruction in Music, Movement nd French

Arts and Crafts

Arts & Crafts activities are planned on a daily basis to encourage creativity and develop small motor skills. In addition to the scheduled arts and crafts, children typically work on free choice art projects throughout the day.  


Fieldtrips are planned throughout the year to allow the children to relate to and experience what they are learning.   


We schedule a quiet reading/naptime for the young children after lunch. This allows the children to read quietly or relax their bodies. 

Group Interaction

We try to foster autonomy, independence, co-operation and self-help skills through play and group interaction. We believe play has a big part in the learning process. It is a time where children are developing their own interests and
where friendships with peers are being formed.


Hands on learning

We believe ‘hands-on’ is the best way for children to learn. The materials provided in the classroom will help build an interest in subjects they will encounter in later years and provide a true “head start to learning”!