A fully-rounded, award-winning preschool curriculum curated for home learning, to accelerate your child's development in the crucial years from 0-6
All Masterminds students can read independently and fluently by the ages of 3-5 in two or more languages
While most children are learning basics, our students can do calculations, experiments and identify world leaders & great artists
Our students can play the violin and read sheet music, and excel in physical activities such as gymnastics and yoga
"My son is 18 months old and he is learning how to read and do math…he loves his sessions and screams with delight. I can’t tell you how thrilled I am."
"I am so thankful for my two year old son to be able to read words and books and most of all enjoying it. I am sowing the seeds of success in his heart. He hears it and it inspires him. Now I am looking forward to hear my boy reading stories to his Mama and Papa!"
Masterminds’ proprietary programs combine a mother’s traditional wisdom with 60 years of research in child development by Nobel Prize winners to nurture intellectual, physical and social excellence in children through joyous learning.
Children exposed to high-impact early learning between the crucial ages of 0 – 6 have a vastly more connected brain, with lifelong implications for learning, achievement, emotional resilience and well-being.
Our methodology is proven to grow neural connections in the brain exponentially and multiply the learning child’s intelligence and capabilities.
Masterminds Private Preschools operate around the world with tuition fees ranging from $15,000 - $25,000 per year. Parents can now access this proven, award-winning curriculum through our Digital School at a small fraction of the cost.
Watch our little geniuses read independently, perform science experiments, do mathematical calculations and more!
Our game-changing curriculum is based on the latest neuroscience in child development and research from Nobel Prize Winners. The minimum outcome standards at each stage are defined based on the US Common Core framework. Beyond the base curriculum, we implement our proprietary ‘Pathways to Excellence’ framework, which was developed to inspire a love of learning and especially, to stretch and challenge our children. We simply harness children’s innate desire to learn to develop Intellectual, Physical and Social excellence within each child.
We teach children the language of Mathematics in reference to quantity recognition, equations and problem solving. This enables them to leap from simple mechanics of arithmetic to the much more fascinating and creative world of thinking, reasoning and logic.
In Masterminds’ Curiosity Lab, children are treated as the scientists of tomorrow. They experiment. They interact. They explore. Their curiosity is sparked, nurtured and fuelled.
Children are guided by teachers who share their scientific curiosity and believe in the power of education, as they explore the world they inhabit through exciting experiments and ingenious demonstrations.
A child who is an independent reader can acquire knowledge at a much faster rate. As he or she connects those bits of knowledge, new neural connections are formed and intelligence is multiplied at an exponential rate.
Creative Arts support children’s large and small muscle development, as well as their eye-hand coordination and fine motor control. It is also an excellent way for children to make choices and solve problems, and communicate ideas, feelings, and solutions in a way other than verbal or written.
Once children’s brains are conditioned to learn an additional language, learning any other language will be easy throughout their lives.
Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask. Children proficient in other languages also show signs of enhanced creativity and mental flexibility.
Not only can Violin be taught to children as young as 1.5 years in a fun and joyous way, the finesse required to play the Violin creates the maximum positive benefits for brain development.
Violin lessons from an early age, particularly with the Suzuki Method, have been proven to enhance Intellectual, Physical and Social Development in young children.
Activities we do develop children’s gross motor skills that enable maintaining balance, walking, running, climbing, jumping, pushing, pulling and ball skills. Gross motor skills are building blocks for developing fine motor skills.
Children also derive enormous benefits from our Yoga Program – it enhances flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness, plus their concentration and sense of calmness and relaxation improves, making learning more effective.
In reality, the opposite is true. Consider that by the age of 3, a child’s brain has grown to 80% the adult size. The brain activity that takes place during this time is profound. In fact, between the ages of 0 – 6, neural connections are being formed at a rapid rate, and even more rapidly between 0 – 3
Our topics are well planned and specific to the class and age. While we do not expect them to remember and say all the vocabulary and knowledge accurately, the attempt they make each time develops the brain at an exponential rate.
Children think that learning is the best form of play. They would rather learn than do anything else - as long as the process is joyous, operates consistently and at the pace of the child.
For just $99.99/month, the Masterminds Early Learning portal provides new, daily video lessons from teachers and activities to ensure your children are having fun and staying engaged, all while rapidly accelerating their development
Login to your dashboard to view daily video content from our specialized teachers with deep early years expertise. You'll receive lessons in English Reading & Knowledge, Math, Science, French, Creative Arts, Physical Excellence and Music
Receive daily worksheets linked to each lesson, which you can print to reduce screen time
You will have access to our Private Community Group where you can post student work, interact with other parents, and receive support from the Masterminds Early Learning team.
"To this day people remark about how many ways I can think of to solve a problem. The encouragement I received to try everything I ever wanted meant that I never thought about anything new as out of my reach, simply undiscovered as yet. I’m grateful to the early learning programs for the structure, the confidence, and the support it offered my parents and I am proud to be a successful lawyer but most importantly a mentally, emotionally and physically confident and capable adult who is still not afraid to try anything."