Learning through play will be the method adopted in delivery of the curriculum. It is a cognitive, constructivist curriculum with emphasis on active child-centred learning experiences. As young children continue to go through the growing pains, the best way for them to learn is through these active experiences of play. When children play with one another, the two-way interaction will continue to influence their creativity, increase their intellectual skills and develop positive relationships. Learning through play will also benefit the children in terms of overall physical and mental health. This play curriculum is planned around children’s interests, curiosity and their natural quest for knowledge; leading to inquiry, investigations, discovery and active hands-on explorations