Skolka Happy Panda

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 Sosnová 757/2B Brno-Jundrov


Children attending the Happy Panda Kindergarten are participate in educational programs such as swimming, exercises, tennis, folk dance, yoga, exercises to prevent flat feet, Tibetan sound therapy and to prevent the health of children undergo foot massage (basic reflexology).


The children are taken to swim in the modern and well-kept Kohoutovice Aqua Park. Here they are coached by professional and experienced swimming teachers.


The children are trained in principles of good posture, coordination and to feel the natural joy of movement; in this way - their need to be active - is completely satisfied.  Our teachers lead exercises in playful way, sometimes even with music and thus encourage a positive lifestyle that allows children to fall in love with being active.


Like other sports, tennis has a positive effect on our bodies. Not only in improving fitness, but also in our problem solving skills and the ability to concentrate for extended periods. It has numerous positive effects on the human body: building muscle tone, flexibility, and reducing the chances of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. It also benefits bone development as it streches many parts of our body and  significantly reduces the risk of osteoporosis in old age.

Training to Prevent Flat Foot

Daily exercise can effectively prevent flat foot so it is important that children are taught to excersise This activity is also excellent in the prevention of back and posture problems.


Children can learn the basic steps of folk dances and are taught  rhymes and songs. The aim of teaching dance is the development of the childs sense of rhythm and through popular games the children can also get acquainted with folk traditions.


The kindergarten has a schedule of different types of activities (for example: visual education, adaptation programs), that fits the themes  of the seasons and different festivals of the year. Holidays and celebrations, which we observe in our kindergarten observe, are reflected in various activities.


Time of the Year

Harvest October
Halloween November
Advent preparation November and December
St. Nicolas’s Day December
Christmas December
Carnival February
Expectation of spring March
Easter March or April
Earth day April
Mother’s Day May
Child's Day May
Father’s Day June


Children celebrate birthdays together with their class mates - they get cake, give gifts and have fun!

and more


Tibetan sound therapy

With this therapy we give the children the opportunity to find their way to find themselves in the certainty that their own abilities, strength and natural environment could be to support them, a point of reference. Self-esteem provides internal stability and gives foundation to a happy, free and secure person. The sound of the Tibetan bowls tempt children to try them. When a child takes a bowl and play it, they can through their fingertips feel the sound waves propagate through their body. They can feel a wonderful and diverse sound that instantly appeals to their inner world and can thus go on a journey through the world of music.

They can hear ever new tones, awake in them a childlike curiosity and open the way to creativity, because a wide range of sound variations gives them the opportunity to make their own compositions. The children can massage each other in a playful way with the Tibetan sound bowls. This method also has many positive effects on health, immune and nervous system. Very good results were achieved in cases of behavior disorders (e.g. anxiety, emotional distance, aggression, hyperactivity), learning disorders (e.g. disorders of attention and concentration capacity), and Communication disorders.


Provides physical, spiritual, mental and social development: supports positive changes in internal organs, internal systems, hormonal functions, nervous system, sensory organs. In children leads to the gradual maturing of personality, moral, emotional world and turns toward the humanities; All games have applied educational influence, and through them acquire positive behaviors (relationship to friends, compliance, selfless assistance); improves learning and homework and other school duties.

Other Programs

  • ceramic workshops
  • "cinema" and children's concerts in our lecture hall
  • walks through the nearby nature reserve and familiarity with nature and its transformations
  • responsibility for the environment and its protection through games
  • health care
  • theatrical and musical performances

Other Programs

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