Caterpillarz Preschool

Parents can enroll their kids

Infant care

Infants enrolled in this program adhere to their own individual schedule throughout the day. Information provided by the parents is used to plan each child’s day according to his/her needs. As a result, feeding, diapering and napping are an integral part of the daily curriculum. 


Children can enroll in our preschool starting when they are one and a half years old, and it is designed to stimulate your child’s senses and unleash their innate curiosity. The teachers plan for opportunities for your child to gain a sense of self-esteem, self-worth, self-confidence and aspects of independence.  We focus on achieving the cognitive, communication, language, social, emotional, and motor milestones.


Children can enroll in our preschool starting when they are two and a half years old, and it is designed to spark their young minds’ curiosity about learning and exploration. Through a balance of teacher-led and child-initiated activities, the kids get to experience and absorb a wide range of ideas to stimulate their minds while playing. They will be able to distinguish between their emotions and gain knowledge of their surroundings.


Caterpillarz Preschool Kindergarten Day Care

Caterpillarz Kindergarten 1 (K1) for 3-4-year-olds, builds children’s learning skills and prepares them to explore the key concepts about direction, location, position, number, quantity, sequence, attributes, dimension, size, similarities, and differences, as well as social skills to prepare them for a lifetime of healthier interactions in all aspects of life.

Kindergarten 2 (K2) for 4-5-year-olds enables them to read and write in preparation for Year 1. The Early Years curriculum is play-based learning to enable children to explore and make sense of the world around them and use and develop their imagination and creativity.

grade 1 & 2

Our curriculum includes elements that can help students become independent readers and improve their phonics, phonemic awareness, and comprehension. It should also include grammar and basic life lessons to develop a child’s overall speaking and listening skills. Students are taught subjects such as Math, Science, Geography and Social Studies. In Math, they are introduced to larger numbers and fundamental operations such as addition and subtraction.