Teaching Methodology

KKEL methodology is based on the Multiple Intelligences Theory which ensures whole- brain learning. The different parts of the brain are used and do not limit any child to a preconceived notion of how smart they are. Our curriculum emphasizes real - life learning not memorization of information. We celebrate learning with our children and let them know that their potential is limitless by incorporating multiple intelligences, interdisciplinary themes and Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Beyond Academics

Theme based Special days, Culminating Activities, Dress up Days, Events and Field Trips are organized on regular basis to help children recapitulate and have in depth understanding of the themes/concepts.


Kangaroo Kids, Bhopal is extremely vibrant and learner friendly. The Centre has excellent facilities to offer to its students and they are as follows:

Sand play area : Sand pit is quite colourful and beautifully designed  for the preschoolers to play in sand and enjoy the company of their friends. Children are provided with toys/equipment like sand play moulds, spades, rake, small buckets, scoops etc to make play time more joyful.

Splash pool : It is a circular pool with slides and stairs. Children are provided with pool toys like small colourful plastic boats, buckets, balls, watering cans and water wheels to share with their friends while playing in water. The new splash pool is under construction as of now.

Play Area : (Play area is under construction )

Adventure Park : The park is equipped with swings, slides, see-saws and various gym equipment which are absolutely child friendly and safe.

Doll’s House :  Doll’s House has beautifully painted walls, a kitchenette, a sofa set and a bed for the doll.  Lot of soft toys are kept in the house for children to play with. Preschoolers visit the Doll’s House quite frequently as they love to play with the kitchen set or listen to the stories with their teachers.

Library : The preschool library has ample age appropriate story books that are issued to children every Friday to take home. There are reference books also for teachers to use. Children visit library for read aloud sessions.

Class Rooms : There are in total 12 class rooms in preschool area. These class rooms are of four different types. The décor of each room is unique and apt for the activities that are held there.

  • Physical Development Room : The activities that are held in this room are art/craft/story time/ role play, perceptual motor programme, gross motor and music and movement. These activities help in the development of fine motor and gross motor skills of children.
  • Cooperative Learning Room : Activities held in this room are Activity Centres (math centre and language centr) , Activity Books and Hindi. Children learn to work in smaller and bigger groups.
  • Cognitive and Language Development Room : To encourage learning,  problem solving and logical thinking,  children are involved in the activities like Number Readiness and Class workbooks. Activities related with Reading Readiness are also conducted in this room and the purpose is to help children develop language skills through listening, speaking, reading and writing.
  • Social and Emotional Development Room : To achieve a sense of self, to take responsibility for self and others and to learn to behave pro socially, children are exposed to the activities like Informal Conversation, Circle Time, Concept and Sight Reading Programme in this room.

Exam Preparations & Results


Preschool Teachers (Nur to Senior KG)
S.N. Class Name Qualification
1 CO-ORDINATOR Rajul Rathore M.Sc (Rural & Regional Resorces Planning (UK)
2 Nursery Shazia S. Anees B.Com(Computer App.)
3 Jr.KG A Sonia Khullar BBA, B.Ed
4 Jr.KG B Sana Afreen BA (Management), MBA
5 Jr.KG C Ilaina Syed B.Com, B.Ed
6 Sr.KG A Reema Chhabra B.Sc, B.Ed, Diploma in Textile Designing
7 Sr.KG B Sadaf Naved BCA, B.Ed
8 Sr.KG C Archana Chouksey M.Com, B.Ed
9 Sr.KG D Anjali Ubrani B. Com, pursuing M.Com, pursuing CS
10 Sr.KG E Vanshikha Bhagtani BA, B.Ed, Pusuing M.A

Skill Observation and Assessment

Assessment is the process of gathering and analyzing information about children to understand the teaching – learning style. At preschool level it is closely connected to curriculum learning. Teachers observe children, guide their learning and assess their progress. The progress made by the students is shared with the parents during Parent Teacher Meetings that are held four times in an academic session.