Kids can build their own private kindergarten by making shapes using different materials, or by building their own wooden crib and putting it in their home.
They can also create a wooden playground by using wood, metal or even bricks.
ABC News is following the lead of the Associated Press, which is using the same formula to make its own private kindergartens.
In the first few weeks of the new kindergarten year, children are getting started with a new home in a small house with no heating or running water, no running water heaters, no electric outlets and no power sockets.
But the kids are being introduced to the basics of school.
Private preschools offer more freedom than traditional public schools because kids don’t have to learn to read or write and have to take responsibility for their own learning.
Children at private preschools are taught the basics like how to read, write and count.
A typical kindergarten class features a kindergarten teacher, two to three preschoolers and an adult who helps with math and science.
But at a private preschool, preschoolers are learning with other preschoolers in a room.
Parents can pick a classroom size, whether to have a single or two children in a classroom or to have several children.
The curriculum is designed to teach kids how to get along with each other and how to be successful in the classroom, according to the Associated School Boards Association.
For children who want to learn more, they are also allowed to take on extra roles in school.
There is a curriculum on the first floor that teaches children how to play, sing and write, and another that teaches them how to organize their daily activities.
At the end of the day, there are activities like playing the piano, drawing, taking the kids for walks and playing soccer, according the AP.