In the early years, developing social skills should be given precedence. When children play together they learn to not only have fun but develop gross motor skills as well as learn how to work cooperatively as team players. Young children of PP2 have been playing various team building games this year and overtime their attitude for accepting success and failure is changed tremendously. Initially the students would not accept losing in a game and would start to cry and get really upset whereas now the same children celebrate the victory of the opposing team by giving high fives and congratulating!! If the attitude is so positive at such an early age then surely the child can handle any hurdle which may come his or her way.