Heuristic Play can be described as a non-social activity because the activities and the acquisition of skills do not depend on direct interaction with another person. Part of the satisfaction of Heuristic Play is that it offers the opportunity for deep and sustained concentration. This chapter presents a case study: 'The story of the anxious mother, the shape sorter and the resourceful toddler'. A toddler wants to make things happen. He develops an interest in causality, the cause-and-effect relationships between objects. The rate at which communication technology is developing is mind boggling and now even young babies are managing to manipulate smartphones and computer tablets. The concept of the Forest School was first developed in Scandinavia in the 1950s. The New Economics Foundation (NEF) and Forest Research began working in partnership to discuss the impact on the children involved and to evaluate the Forest School movement.