When children have choice in how they can spend their time, they build rich theories and are intrinsically motivated to explore these through play.In early childhood, play is the inquiry and, while it is important to plan for long uninterrupted blocks of dedicated inquiry time, young children are not limited by the clock. The curriculum for the early years is designed for inquiry, exploration and play-centred learning. To meet the academic, social, emotional, physical and cultural needs of every child, aesthetically engaging and carefully planned learning spaces are createdto promote inquiry. The child’s innate sense of wonder and natural desire to seek answers to questions through play,makes the process compelling. The curriculum supports a sense of focused engagement where children embrace opportunities to build and apply skills, knowledge and conceptual understandings. The Trans-disciplinary approach integrates different disciplines to construct new knowledge and enhances the cognitive abilities and skills for lifelong learning.