5 Tips For Working Mums With Babies – Advices for Better Parenthood and Career

  Being a career woman and a mother is quite a challenge. But these following tips can help you fulfill these roles smoothly. Being a working mom is not easy. Even if you a dependable partner, this doesn’t mean that… Continue Reading >

What to do when your child starts school

The new school year is already a few weeks old already so I thought it would be a good idea to go through some of the changes to your Child Care Subsidy that occur when transitioning from child care to… Continue Reading >

Why Co-Living Is A Rising Trend Among Single Parents

Co-living is on the rise, and the demographics of those who choose to share their homes is expanding — roommates aren’t just for college kids and young professionals.  Where once a struggling single parent only alternative to living alone was to… Continue Reading >

Separation anxiety: An essential guide for parents

Media kindly brought to you by Goodstart Early Learning   Nervous about your child starting at an early learning centre or kindergarten? Many parents are. Below are some tips from a psychologist, to ensure it’s a smooth transition for your… Continue Reading >

A new year brings change.

For many, young and old, a new year brings with it change. It may be a new mum heading back to work, a young child moving up rooms at daycare, a 4-year-old entering the world of schooling, new year classes,… Continue Reading >

Ways to Help out the Grandparents who Help with Regular Childcare

  Written by Alice Zsembery The coming of a New Year for parents of preschoolers signifies many things; a start (or new room) at childcare, negotiation of days at work and/or juggling kinder hours. For so many of us, this… Continue Reading >

Choosing childcare for your child

Choosing a childcare centre for your precious child can be a ridiculously hard process. You not only have to find a centre that suits your philosophy and child’s needs but also find some that has positions available. Things to look… Continue Reading >

On a tight budget? 5 easy ways to support Home Reading

By Susan Spelic   With childcare fees through the roof and the increasing cost of living, families are faced with the dilemma of how juggle bills, while accessing quality reading materials for their kids. With the holiday season fast approaching… Continue Reading >

Kiddipedia Is Proud to Announce Partnership with Starting Blocks.

Kiddipedia is committed to helping build a bigger, better Australia by providing an evidence-based resource that includes content written by subject matter experts and thought leaders. In doing so, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Starting Blocks. Kiddipedia’s… Continue Reading >

The importance of music and movement in childhood

Music is such a powerful tool. It is one of the few experiences that uses both sides of the brain at the same time, can be associated with memories, can be used as a form of therapy and let’s face… Continue Reading >