Vision of Kanasu

Play is the defining feature of human development: the impulse is hardwired into us and can’t be suppressed. It’s crucial that we recognize that while the play impulse is one thing, understanding the nuts and bolts of actually playing is not always so natural, and may require careful cultivation. That’s why a play-based approach involves both child-initiated and teacher-supported learning. The teacher encourages children’s learning and inquiry through interactions that aim to stretch their thinking to higher levels. 

For example, while children are playing with blocks, a teacher can pose questions that encourage problem solving, prediction, and hypothesizing. The teacher can also bring the child’s awareness towards mathematics, science, and literacy concepts. How tall can this get? How many blocks do you need? Can you BLOW the house down? Who else does that? These simple questions elevate the simple stacking of blocks to application of learning. Through play like this, children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments.

Finally, play supports positive attitudes toward learning. These include imagination, curiosity, enthusiasm, and persistence. 

Meet the Team...!!


Director & Center Manager

I’m an engineering graduate but an early childhood educator by passion. I love to spend time in teaching, playing, painting, dancing, singing, exploring…and what not, with children?? And so the concept of KANASU- The Beginning for a Happy Childhood started!
Children these days are addicted to technology and doesn’t want to explore things and play, have fun. So to pull them back to old days where we used to have lots of fun and learnt things along with discipline- KANASU was born..!
Here the concept is Play and Learn. All the centers here are set in such a way that the child enjoy, explore, play and learn. Thus the child shows development in social, cognitive, language, intrapersonal, interpersonal skills. I’m sure children at Kanasu will grow out to be a shining star who are the citizens of tomorrow and of course ready for the big school who will be super enthusiastic and fast learner…!

Gayathri Amoga

Founder & Cluster Manager

A growing body of research shows the many benefits of preschool. Children are exposed to different stimuli, numbers, letters, and shapes. They learn to experiment and socialize; they practice getting along with others; they share; they participate in circle time. Kids who attend preschool before Primary Education have been shown to have an academic head-start. They tend to be better at pre-reading, use more words, and display a stronger aptitude in math. They also learn to take turns and raise their hands before speaking: two vital habits that make the transition to Primary Education easier.

So Kanasu-Play Based learning came into light

Amith Manuprasad