Early Years Foundation Stage is art of attracting children’s attention, through creating a stimulating and inspiring learning environment. The role of Early Years teachers is to provide children thought provoking, engaging and challenging activities; to support and extend their learning. As Froebel nicely said ‘play is the work of a child’; thus Early Years practitioners should thoroughly prepare activities to intrigue children to explore their surrounding environment. Play encourages hands on approach, enriches children’s firsthand experiences and expands their intellectual growth. Practitioners’ imagination and creativity in preparing indoor and outdoor provision support competent and confident learners. High quality learning environment contributes to child’s development and incorporates all six areas of learning, according to English Curriculum. Play based learning develops problem solving skills and supports children’s understanding of the world. Inspirational activities initiate interaction and become the best opportunity for language acquisition for those learners whose English is a second language.