The Exit Point for the ‘Little Builders’ unit on November 25 was an extraordinary journey of creativity and learning. The young minds in this class not only constructed imaginative structures but also enthusiastically presented their creations to parents and fellow students. The showcase featured a diverse array of projects, including an igloo, tunnel, fireplace, hospital, windmill, tower, bridge, farmhouse, etc., each crafted by the hands of these budding architects. This exhibition underscored the power of hands-on learning, providing tangible examples of how play-based activities contribute to educational development. Presenting their projects allowed the students to refine their communication skills as they explained their creations to an audience, fostering confidence and articulation. The event left parents and educators alike with a sense of pride and excitement for the limitless potential within these tiny architects.