In kindergarten students study reading, writing, shapes, understand the basic concepts of Mathematics, and more. The goal of a kindergarten is to develop basic knowledge of Mathematics in students and understanding language, they also learn about other subjects like sports, social science, hygiene and safety, artwork, and many more topics. The language skills which are taught in a kindergarten are students can speak properly which is understandable by other people, make comparisons between objects and understand the directions. Kindergartens are very important for students to learn social skills, language skills, problem-solving skills, thinking skills, emotional skills, and other skills. Students learn self-confidence, it happens when the teachers motivate them to speak properly. Parents have many expectations from kindergartens for the development of their child they develop social skills, speak and express properly, deal with stressful situations, learn how to be physically fit, and have self-control. Teachers ask them to apply what they have learned in real life, in this way they learn thinking skills because they need to think about how to apply. Teachers ask them questions and motivate them to learn more and more every day, they teach them moral values and social skills side by side. The teachers in kindergartens are polite and know how to treat children properly.