The book examines how the views and experiences of young children be placed in the limelight of evaluation services of preschool structures. To achieve this requires special effort to revise the traditional methods of information abstraction, so adults to listen to children and to respond to them. This groundbreaking study describes a new frame-the approach of “Mosaic” – for the hearing of the views of young children concerning their daily life. The approach of ‘ Mosaic ‘ is polymethodiki: photographs of children, guided tours and maps added to discussion and observation in order to understand more deeply the views of children in the pre-school environment. As a tool, can also be used in older children, especially those experiencing difficulties in communication or in those whose language of the country of residence is not a parent. The study will be of great interest to social policy executives, educators and researchers seeking a new theoretical background and practical and creative ways of hearing little children.