The attachment between parent and child works as a safe base for the child to explore the world. Although Attachment Theory reveals that attachment occurs within the first 3 years of a child’s life, some recent studies show that attachment can develop and become stronger in subsequent years. Secure Attachment supports children’s self-confidence and resilience. Secure Attachment can be achieved when the parent/caregiver recognizes the emotional needs of the child and meet these emotional needs. PLAY is very crucial for creating a strong bond between the child and the parents/carers.