- Kindergarten looks different in countries all over the world.
- In Japan, there is a school that is circular-shaped and allows children to climb a tree to get to class.
- In Germany and Canada, there are schools that use parks and forests as the classroom.
Kindergarten is a worldwide tradition. Children in many countries attend kindergarten to begin their education and to better transition into primary school. The curriculum and classrooms, however, look different from country to country. Some attend a school that uses parks as the classroom, while others focus primarily on singing and dancing.