Play is the first way children learn to make sense of the world at a young age. Playing meets the physical, intellectual, language, emotional, and social needs of children.

The setting of play-based learning – This is child-centered.

Children choose most of the activities they do throughout the day.

The room is divided into sections: reading area, kitchen, and dramatic play area.
It allows children to talk, socially interact and use their imagination and intellectual skills.

They explore different roles, learn how things work, and learn to communicate and work with others.

Once these basics are learned at a young age, it sets children up for success throughout their schooling and their life.