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The Kindergarten

Discover the exceptional Small Wonder Children's House, the leading Montessori preschool in Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Our premier educational facility is more than just a school; it's a nurturing second home where each child is cherished and encouraged to thrive. Utilising the acclaimed Montessori method, we provide a distinctive educational experience that makes learning effective and enjoyable, setting your child on a unique educational journey.

Our school boasts a hygienic, well-maintained environment filled with exploratory resources. Our Montessori classrooms are designed to be bright and inviting, adorned with natural elements such as plants and animals and enriching art, music, and books. With diverse interest centres, including a library, sandpit, animal care area, and a garden for planting, we foster a profound connection with nature and the environment.

At Small Wonder Children's House, learning is dynamic and interactive. Instead of traditional desks, our open classroom layout promotes student interaction and collaborative learning, fostering a supportive community. The curriculum covers language arts, mathematics, geometry, practical life skills, sensorial activities, geography, history, science, art, and music and movement, all organized within easy reach on shelves and display tables for free exploration.

Our teachers guide each child through their learning process, focusing on enriching their experience rather than conventional teaching methods. Small Wonder Children's House is a community where a love for learning is ignited and nurtured, ensuring each child feels welcomed and valued.

Join us in Subang Jaya and give your child the gift of an outstanding early education in a loving, stimulating, and inclusive environment. Experience the best in Montessori preschool education at Small Wonder Children's House, where your child's journey of discovery and growth begins.

The Kindergarten

Food & Nutrition

Serving Health on a Platter 

Everything we serve is “halal”, and we also do not serve beef or seafood (except fish) in our meals.   Meals are child-friendly, ensuring a good balance of all necessary nutrients required for children this age.  Children learn to set the table, serve other younger children, and clean up after themselves. 

The staff make meal times as enjoyable, social time for the children.

Meals : 

"Brain Break" - typically, the children will have brain break at 10am-10.30am.  Brain Break is simply as it's name implies... a break for your brain.  The parent will provide a healthy snack in the form of fruit, vegetable sticks, dried fruit, yoghurt or a healthy sandwich for their child to have during brain break.  We place emphasis on the snack being HEALTHY, and not fast food or  "RED FOODS" which are food that tend to come wrapped in packaging, for example - Cheezels, Oreos or sugared cereals like HoneyStars, KokoKrunch or Frosties.  Examples of fast foods are nuggets, hotdogs and the like.  These are not recommended foods for brain break, although it might be acceptable for your child to eat these outside school.  Please stick to fruit and other healthy food and keep away from red foods or fast foods during brain break.

Absolutely prohibited: nuts (including peanut butter and nutella), any snack bar / granola bar containing nuts, broad beans (also known as kacang parang or fava beans) and anything cooked in peanut oil. We have children with nut allergies, and even if they were to TOUCH another child with traces of nuts on them, they could go into anaphylactic shock.  This could be fatal.

Birthday Parties

Birthday parties often include goodie-bags for children to take home, and therefore to limit the amount of junk food consumed, we do not encourage sweets and junk food in goodie bags.  Instead, we prefer if you provide each child with a healthy snack (eg: juice, an apple, raisins etc), or alternatively an interesting sticker/toy/token to take home. All goodie-bags given to children will be taken home and opened/consumed at home.  

However, if you are providing a meal at school for your child’s birthday celebration, we are happy to bend the rules slightly, as the children do not have the opportunity to spend their time doing "something different" amongst friends.  We therefore DO allow the birthday child to provide lunch from McD, KFC, Dominoes etc, or from a private caterer. All plans including meals, entertainment MUST be discussed with the principal beforehand. We request that the meal be halal, nut-free, beef-free and seafood free; taking into account the children’s allergies and religious taboos.  Any form of entertainment (magician, puppet shows, animal petting experience etc) should be child-friendly and suited to our multicultural population of children.

Cultured drinks (eg: vitagen/nutrigen) are not allowed in party packs as they go bad without refrigeration.  You may however bring these items to be consumed at school during your child's party.  And don't forget, when ordering your cake, to make sure it is nut-free!

Food & Nutrition
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