Communicating with adults and children in childcare setting is very different to the way we communicate with our friends, although the principles are the same. It is very important to beware of cultural differences when we working with adults and children. When we communicate to parents in non-verbal language, we have to make sure that the person we are speaking to has understood what we have said to them, and to do this we really have to use our body movement and facial expression, as well our speech, for e.g., we should open welcoming body language and use smiling warm fa-cial expression. Bilingual practitioner provide affective communication with parents for whom English is an edition language not only able to talk to them in that language but can help overcome misunderstanding due the culture difference. When we communi-cate with young people, we need to use clear communication including them who finds difficult or are risk of exclusion or underachivment.In addition to this, we need to in-clude all young people who work together as a group in all activities in order they can achieve positive outcomes. Developing good relationship with them, we need to use most appropriate forms of communication for example by using body language, visual communication, information and communication technologies, etc. in order to meet the need of the individuals. Communication between adults in pre -school is very im-portant in order to provide for the children’s individual needs. The staff should arrange meetings e.g. observations, how to meet the children individual needs and how to build the team work. This is a valuable opportunity for them to build up an exciting knowledge of how to get involved in a discussion and interact with each other.