Slide "All I really need to know I learned in Kindergarten"
by R.Fulghum
"All I really need to know
I learned in Kindergarten"
by R. Fulghum
"All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten"
by Robert Fulghum
"All I really need to know I learned in Kindergarten"
by R.Fulghum
"All I really need to know
I learned in Kindergarten"
by R. Fulghum
"All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten"
by Robert Fulghum

Welcome to the MAGIC WORLD

International Kindergarten Zagreb

Why Magic world Kindergarten

Magic world, or Čarobni svijet, was founded in 2015.
Our English program is verified and approved by the Croatian Ministry
of Education.
Our curriculum starts from the child’s needs and interests. Pleasant and family atmosphere makes every child feel safe, inspired, and empowered.
The approach that we use is learning through play and the holistic development of every child. Our teachers are qualified and have experience in Early Childhood Education and teaching English as a second language.

Our groups and programs

We have two groups: Caterpillars (children age 1-3) who turn into colorful Butterflies and fly to the upper floor after they turn three.

The children in our groups are from different countries, cultures, religions, and races. Therefore, our kindergarten nurtures diversity and multiculturalism from an early age.

The primary language is English, which children learn the best through everyday use.
Proof to this is the children who come to us without prior knowledge of English, and after a few months, they understand quite a lot and begin to use simple communication. To speak the language correctly, they must be exposed to the authentic pronunciation and phonetics of the language.

We strongly believe that the first three years are the foundation for the child's future. Therefore, we are doing our best to provide babies and toddlers with a stimulating and safe environment. We encourage and develop their gross and fine motor skills, speech, cognitive skills, and socio-emotional skills through various activities and didactic materials.
"All I need to know, I learned in kindergarten." R.Fulghum, and for that reason, we made sure that every child gets that experience! Our proven recipe is: learning through play, creative and safe surroundings, plenty of love and attention, busy hands, and tons of fun!
In addition to early English learning, we offer other programs, such as:<br /> Sports and Baby gym, Robotics and STEM activities, music and art program, drama class, preschool program, etc.

Extra curricular activities

Besides the regular programs, we also offer sports and cultural events, field trips and visits outside the kindergarten, birthday parties, and more.
We have EVERYTHING that your child needs in the early years!

Activities in our kindergarten start from children’s interests, ages, and needs. They can be a free choice and guided activities (teachers perform activities according to the plan and program). Children can choose in which center they will play (e.g. (building center, dramatic play, art and music, science center, etc.)

Guided activities begin with “Circle time”, where we talk about different topics, sing, read stories and play various games.

We continue with the follow-up activities, where the children use all their senses. In these activities, we encourage developing all areas: language, cognitive development, creativity, physical and socio-emotional development.

Throughout the kindergarten year, children and teachers realize various projects in which children learn new things. Some projects last for a month, some for a few months, and one project lasted since the kindergarten was established until today. We named it “Children help children”.

Some of the projects that we realized by now are: “Medieval times”, “Around the world”, “We are all different, and yet the same”, “Pets”, “Healthy food” etc.

Since the beginning, one active project has been: “Children help children.” With this project, children learn that helping others is responsible and correct. Throughout the year, we listen to the needs of the children around us and worldwide, and we help with various humanitarian actions. We also have our longtime friend Jalvirah from Uganda, to whom we have been school sponsors for almost seven years.

It is essential for us to establish and maintain a partnership with parents. That requires open communication, feedback, and cooperation in all aspects.

There are various ways to achieve this: individual conversations, parent meetings, educational workshops for parents, open classes, social media, monthly reports and plans, field trips, garden exhibitions, children’s presentations, and many others.

Parents are always welcome to present: their country, culture, custom, profession, or spend a day with us (project “One day in kindergarten”).

Children’s health and safety are our essential tasks. We achieved a healthy diet by carefully choosing meat, whole grains, legumes, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and dairy products. We offer food to the children in four meals: breakfast, fruit/vegetable snack, lunch, and afternoon snack.

Kindergarten has its garden, where children plant vegetables and later harvest and eat them. That positively affects their awareness of healthy eating and encourages working habits.

We also nurture a healthy lifestyle through regular exercise, physical activities, walks to the forest, and a sports program.

Our nurse takes care of the protection and health of children.

Your child’s education and welfare are our main priorities.


The Kindergarten area covers 180 m of indoor space and 1345 m of outdoor space. The interior space consists of two floors and identical layouts containing a playroom, classroom, hall, dressing room, and bathroom. We often go to a nearby forest to play there and explore it throughout the year.

Caterpillars are accommodated on the ground floor, and  Butterflies on the upper floor of the kindergarten. Playrooms and classrooms are modernly designed, equipped, and adjusted to children’s age, interests, and needs. They have activity centers where children learn through play, such as science, pretend play, building, art and music, pre-reading and math, etc.

Small groups and only two groups in the kindergarten provide closer relationships a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere.

Indoors and outdoors area

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