This chapter aims to foster child’s love of learning. It outlines the three critical processing tasks that need attention, particularly in the early years and then again during adolescence: the ability to concentrate and not be distracted, the ability to shift across tasks, and the art of monitoring and updating information. There is everything right about play, but play can be overrated. Play has major benefits for social and emotional development and learning turn taking and social etiquette, but it has a poor record for learning about learning. There is rarely one right way, and often traveling the wrong way allows the discovery of better ways, it can be scenically enjoyable to deviate, and there can be multiple roads worth traveling. Computer gamers are aware of cognitive theories about how students learn. There is a great theory developed by John Sweller called cognitive load theory.