"Where am I? Who are all of these strange-looking people? What are all these things around me? What is that fuzzy-looking ball-like thing hanging on the door? Can I touch it? I wonder how it feels like. I wonder if I can eat it. Does it make a sound if I move it? I'm sure I can reach it if I tried. Yeah, I think I'm going to go and get it. I need to know if it makes a sound. Wouldn't it be so cool if it did?! All my friends will want to play with it too, I bet! " The word curiosity sums up a toddler. Imagine coming into an unknown world. That is exactly how a toddler views our world. Unknown. In IOP, we provide the best environment to explore through their five senses- touch, taste, smell, sight and sound. Along with safe equipment to use, we also follow an open-ended curriculum that allows children to expand their imaginations.