The imaginary world of kids, a place where only they live. Its curious yet wonderful. No one else understands this space but them. The nursery rhyme ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’ is, probably, a rhyming song that was written by someone observing children looking up at the stars and wondering, “what is that up there? That glows so bright….” Hence the lyrics “twinkle twinkle little star how i wonder what you are… Up above the world so high, like a diamond in the sky” The music on which this rhyme plays also has a question-like feel to it; complementing the curious nature of the rhyme. The toddler song goes on to talk about what babies perceive stars do at night when the sun is away. Parents can use this classic rhyme during activity to guide their preschoolers’ interest and give their curiosity a push. Encouraging them to imagine more, play more, do more.