3 thru 6 Year Olds by September 30th



Swimming, Karate, Ballet, Yoga, Spanish, Music 






In Royal Kidz preschool programs, children ages 3-6 engage in fun, educational play.

At Royal Kidz we understand that children are meant to learn through play. Our programs incorporate DUPLO blocks and are designed to inspire creativity and enhance fine motor skills while teaching lessons such as letter recognition, phonics, writing skills, story telling, basic engineering and robotics.  That’s right, we offer robotics as young as 3 years old. We understand the importance of inspiring kids at young age to help them reach their full potential.

The STEM-inspired classroom provides materials to develop critical engineering, and math integrated throughout, in eight learning centres. 

Our STEM curriculum cultivates strong innovators an thinkers. Children learn best when making connections between diverse skills and concepts.

We integrate science, technology, engineering, throughout the classroom. Teachers use our digital lesson planning to generate customised curriculum, based on assessment and observation, to meet the needs of each child, as they progress along 10 development scales.





Approaches to Learning

Measures children's ability to plan, set goals, and interact with others and with the environment.

Language ​

Measures children's expressive and receptive vocabulary and their ability to use conversation skills and vocabulary to communicate effectively.


Measures children's phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, reading and writing skills.

Creative Arts

Measures children's ability to express ideas and feelings through music, movement, visual arts, and drama.

Logic and Reasoning 

Measures children's sequencing, problem-solving, and symbolic and critical-thinking skills.

Early Math

Measures children's ability to understand numbers, patterns, sorting, and ordering as well as the ability

to use numbers to add, subtract, measure, and graph.

Argriculture/ Back Yard Farming 

In a day and age when many of us are far removed from the farm, teaching kids about Argriculture is more important than ever. 

Luckily, here at our school we have great resources to help teach kids where their food comes from and spark their curiosity about

all aspects of farming From our outdoor school grown planters, where we are growing our own vegetables,

engaging lesson plans to computer games, gardening activities and virtual farm tours,

these resources are perfect for agricultural education both in the classroom and at home.

Nature & Science 

Measures children's understanding of the natural and physical work, as their ability to observe, describe, predict, an gather data. 

Physical Development/ Health

Measures children's fine and gross motor skills and their understanding of health and nutrition.

Social-Emotional Development

Measures children's self-awareness and ability to show respect an empathy for others. 



here's what school supplies to GRAB

Students in Rising 2's' 3's and 4's  will be provided with a iPad on a lease. (Not Mandatory) Should a student choose to utilize their own tablet; parents/guardians are responsible to ensure the Virtual Software can smoothly operate on their device. 
1 pair of quality headphones 

School Bag

(On Campus)

Lunch Box 

1 WaterProof Bag 

(For use on swimming days.)

Personal Supplies

Water bottle 

Art apron 

Eating Apron 

Complete change of uniform in a large zip-loc bag (shirt, bottom, socks) 

Personalized labels for clothing and supplies (i.e.,,, etc.) 

Pencil case 

1 box of crayons (24) 

1 pack of jumbo primary pencils 

1 pack of #2 pencils 



1 bottle of Elmer’s liquid glue 

3 glue sticks 

Blunt-tip scissors 

1 Pack of 200 Construction Paper

1 case of Huggies Wipes 

1 nap mat at least 2” thick (May be purchased at Kelly’s, John Bull Business Center, Bookworld or online.)

Health and Safety

Face mask and face shield 

2 Plastic Folder with pockets for homework

Large Box of Kleenex

Large Bag of Wipes 

Large Can of Lysol

1 large bottle of sanitizer 

1 container of disinfectant wipes

Please label all items clearly. These items are to be left at school when on campus services resume. Personal toys are not allowed. Additional Art and Craft Supplies may be needed intermittently. The student's teacher will request these items well in advance.