Our Philosophy

At Kinder Kampus we pride ourselves in guiding children in the discovery of themselves as they prepare for school

Building confidence and self esteem along with empathy for peers and our natural environment through play.

Over 25 years of operation

What our programs offer

Our programs are set up to better prepare children for school. Offering phonics along with activities that build fine motor and gross motor skills. A strong foundation fosters reading and writing along with interest. Educators make each learning moment fun and engaging so the child feels confident in their own ability. Our natural parks and trails are used often by classes having group story time in the forest and spending time discovering our natural world. Children are innately curious and Educators foster these discoveries building and extending play through the learning process.


All natural environment

Natural toys and environment in a beautiful setting surrounded by forest and beach. 

Sufficient Technology

Older school age children have access to tablets. Young classes use phonic and educational video to extend learning.

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

Natural puzzles, sensory trays, small world play and much more to help support children’s learning.

Specialized Teachers

Special teachers for instruction in Music, Movement and French

Arts and Crafts

Arts and 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.  

Field Trips

Field trips 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”!