This chapter aims to outline the three major foci of the early years: language, language, and language. It over emphasizes talking and listening, expanding child’s vocabulary and understanding, answering their many ‘Why’ questions as they aim to make sense of their world. The researchers noticed no great difference in the ways the three groups of parents raised their children – all played and talked with them; all disciplined and taught them manners; all provided them with toys and talked about much the same things. There are many claims about the power of the early years to predict later success in school. The major message is to engage in talking and listening to a child, create opportunities to expand their exposure to language, and attend to their many queries about their world. The aim is to negate any Matthew effect and make sure all students are accelerated in their learning.