In their research investigated kindergarten-aged children’s moral values in Kuwait. This study utilized several quantitative and qualitative research methods to development, the meaning of value, and the meaning of morality-as experienced by kindergarten-aged children. Participants were 600 children and eleven teachers in six education districts in Kuwait. The instrument used was the Kindergarten Moral Value Questionnaire (KMVQ), which was administered in all six districts. Participating teachers and children were also observed and interviewed. Teachers’ involvement and interaction with children during class and non class activates were noted. Results indicated that using the KMVQ with kindergarten children provided valuable understanding of their judgments on various moral issues. Researchers focused on eight dimensions: truthfulness, honesty, gratitude, loyalty, reasonability, fairness, mercifulness, and patience. These observations revealed in Teacher preparation programs and kindergarten teachers’ supervisors guided teachers to use story and puppet shows as the best teaching methods to impose good behavior and moral values. Based on their experience in kindergarten teaching, teachers believed that “children come to kindergarten knowing right from wrong in addition kindergarten and curriculum is based on teaching children morals and ways to implement them. This study describes the effect of cultural context on the change content of kindergarten curriculum in Poland. She examines two hundred and nine teachers about feeling and hope for content kindergarten curriculum with questionnaire. This study show creative development of theses new education standards are outlined, change are reported in classroom instruction , particularly greater communication between teacher and student in small group or in individual group.