Kindergarten (KG)

Kindergarten provides children with the opportunity to learn and practice the essential social, emotional, and problem-solving skills that they will need throughout their lives. This is where core cognitive skills are developed and the primary skills required for reading, counting, and social interaction are put in place.

With Open Space Learning Classrooms, we help our learners to amplify the learning experience. Children do not simply sit around and learn things, but they build and learn from hands-on experience.



Our Kindergarten curriculum of Numeracy enables our learners to gain the ability to use numbers and solve problems in real life. It means having the confidence and skill to use numbers and mathematical approaches in all aspects of life.

  • Numbers
  • Geometry
  • Life math (with non-standard units)
  • Data Handling


In Kindergarten, literacy instruction prepares learners to learn to read letters. Our Pedagogical practices include activities and experiences for all domains of development such as cognitive, socio-emotional, language and literacy, physical-motor and creative and aesthetic which are interlinked.

  • English Listening
  • English Speaking
  • English Reading Writing
  • Hindi श्रवण
  • Hindi मौखक
  • Hindi मौखिक
  • Hindi लेखन
  • Spanish Myself, Family, Numbers, Emotions,
  • Spanish Colours, Project-related Concept,
  • Spanish Numbers, Food, Describing Words

My World

Our Kindergarten project is inquiry based, investigation or in-depth study of a topic or theme, usually done by small groups within a class, an entire class or sometimes by individual children. The learning leaders offer some open-ended triggers and then observe the learners, listen to their stories, their questions, see how they navigate the activity, take note of their interest levels and talk with the learners.

  • Myself
  • Flora (Plants)
  • Fauna (Animals)
  • My Earth
  • Transport
  • My Things

Extra-Curricular Activites

Our Kindergarten project has dedicated extra-curricular activities for young learners with the sole aim to help learners learn about themselves and mould their skills and knowledge to their maximum potential. With the variety of materials on offer to them, the learning leaders encourage engagement in activities and go deeper to make their learning visible through modeling or building, collage or drawing, dramatic play or music; any means at all.

  • Performing Arts Musical Play, Enactment
  • Performing Arts Early Literacy
  • Performing Arts GENRE, Diction
  • Visual Arts Drawing, Enactment, Colouring
  • Visual Arts Modelling, Cut and paste
  • Visual Arts Printmaking

KG PBL Gallery

Timings of KG is 08:15 AM – 03:00 PM

The age criteria for KG admission in Gurgaon is the child should be 4+ as on 31st March.

1. Writing/letter recognition/beginning sounds
2. Number recognition and counting
3. Shapes and colours
4. Fine motor skills
5. Reading readiness
6. Social- emotional skills (engaging in social conversation and cooperative play).

It includes driving questions (DQs), critical thinking and research too. This approach and learning in a project based setting involves learners trying to solve a ‘real-world problem’ and answer a question that interests them. In so doing they create a product that answers or addresses the question. This approach is evaluated for long-term knowledge retention and applications.