Peer groups’ interaction proves well and effectively in a ways similar to the community among the very young children of 5 years enrolled in KISS. They develop a sense of self from their perceptions of peer group members in KISS surroundings. Their attachments and friendships emerge through their play. These relationships influence children’s behaviour. The socio-cultural thought, ethnic identity, and knowledge on occupations of the peer groups plays intimate influential role in the process by which they socialize their fellow children. Moreover, their self-perception and socializing skills gradually become influenced by how their peers view them.