Children are born with an innate desire to explore, form hypotheses, experiment, observe, and develop conclusions. Research and data prove that children’s learning through their senses has a strong connection to thinking and understanding in science and discovery. A few decades ago, the idea that toddlers think like scientists would have been considered preposterous. Jean Piaget, the pioneer of cognitive thinking, believed that children are illogical, irrational, and “pre-causal”, and this idea informed curriculum design for many years. But it has been proved wrong by scientific evidence which shows children are competent, coherent, structured, and intentional in their approach.