With this book, we wanted to offer readers simple and understandably written material free of excessively scientific and theoretical facts, (but naturally founded on them), which could ease their professional life and help them to better understand themselves and the environment around them (especially professional). The other thought was to offer encouragement and an incentive to all those who want to change the existing (unsatisfactory) state of their pedagogical practice, but do not know where to start. The final aim of this book is to help professionals in kindergartens (and elementary schools) to understand and competently interpret their practice. We believe that this book will be of help and a signpost precisely in that search and finding the best for their child. it is clear that this book, in the aim of individual self-evaluation and evaluating the quality of the kindergarten, can be of use to all those whose profession and choice is upbringing and education. Naturally, of course, if they so judge that is of use to them.