This same principle applies not just to adults but children as well. As humans in their very formative years, children will learn from the people and environment around them. Placing two different children in the same environment would breed different results as both kids would respond to different types of stimulation despite their tender age.
Therefore providing children with an individual and unique framework for their educational and developmental needs is an important factor in early childhood education. These frameworks extend to children whom have special educational needs and disabilities.
In order to encourage children to learn, practitioners need to encourage a child to play. Play is the most basic forms of learning and adults do it too in workshops and simple group bonding exercises. Playing and exploring foster the characteristics of effective early learning and active learning which would eventually help your child to think creatively and critically.