The variety of languages, religions, birth places and the different cultures of children, their families and the kindergarten teachers make the kindergarten to a place of intercultural education. Therefore, different values often meet and intercultural work should be based on intercultural dialogue. Various organizations expect their elementary pedagogical staff to put aside their own ethical and religious beliefs in everyday pedagogy. Based on this, the basic question of this work arises: are there any challenges and pedagogical conse-quences for the acting pedagogues? Based on an everyday observation in an urban nursery school, the individual drive is pursued behind the individual action. The work dis-cussion protocol of this observation serves as the basis for a discussion of the intuitive parts behind the actions.
The resulting findings lead to possible consequences for elementary pedagogical every-day life. Even more, the resulting findings lead for the training and further education of pedagogical professionals, with a view to successful intercultural work.