Process art is the most important way for children to enjoy art-making alongside their peers and adults, and even more so as children develop through their pre-school years since opportunities to explore are often replaced with more formal approaches to learning phonics and numbers. This chapter looks closer at the notion of process art and valuing process over product when working with young children. It looks at the elements of high-quality invitations to play that allow children to develop their creativity and how this impacts how they respond when given the time and space they need to create. In doing so, the chapter focuses on the difference between a provocation and an invitation to play and how these can support young children in their creative ideas and development of creative thinking. The role of the adult is vital when considering how practitioners can support young children to create.