The purpose of this study is to enhance interpersonal skills between preschoolers and their peers. Young Children, ages 3 through 5, learn mostly from people and the outside world by mimicking and interacting with others. Most preschoolers are not able to express their thoughts and feelings properly. However, since children are social learners, they need to learn how to communicate with others in order to contact with and learn cognition from their surroundings. The better and sooner children learn how to communicate well; the more easily they can form good friendships, which in turn, will increase their self-confidence and self-esteem. Current educating settings are specially designed to help children in some ways that are academic intended. However, early childhood educators and parents are concerned about the children’s social ability instead of pre-academic skills. Finally, the outcome of my study would be principles for designers, educators and parents. These principles intend to enhance opportunities for preschoolers to play with peers as well as share their emotions and opinions with others. The benefit of good communication skills is invaluable.