HEALTHY STARTS AT HOME

By Jane Kilkenny   Early childhood development is a crucial time in our lives as parents.  Understandably we want what is best for our kids.  But we can often be confused by the myriad of information that is available, some… Continue Reading >

Living life on a farm with four boys

Three hospital admissions in three months. There is never a dull moment at the Hallam household, especially when you add four fearless and adventurous boys under 9 years of age to the mix. Life is full of adventure living on… Continue Reading >

4 Top Tips for Divorcing when you have Kids

Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult things for you and your children to experience. Here are some tips to help get you through to the other side.   Do not involve the children in your… Continue Reading >

Red Nose & Little Rockers Radio announce Victorian Government support for Red Nose Day and The Little Rockers Red Nose Disco

Red Nose and Little Rockers Radio today announced the Andrews Labor Government will match the first $20,000 raised in this year’s Little Rockers Red Nose Disco fundraising events. Meeting at Roseberry House ELC in Bentleigh, Nick Staikos, Member for Bentleigh;… Continue Reading >

How to help your late walker take their first independent steps

A child taking their first independent steps is a pretty big milestone in any parent’s life. Typically developing children generally learn to walk any time between nine months and eighteen months of age.  If your child is a late walker… Continue Reading >

How was school today?

As we send our children to school we trust learning is taking place, and it is. But how do we know? The conversations we have with our children are imperative to building partnerships between school and home, and connecting in… Continue Reading >

Gardening with Kids – A great opportunity for nature play

With all of the technology and structured indoor activities available to our children, it sometimes seems as though playing outside in the fresh air and amongst nature is an old-fashioned ideal. However, nature play is not just a ‘nice to… Continue Reading >

Car seat safety for older children

There has been lots of talk about car seat safety after the recent and shocking story of an 11-year-old boy who became a quadriplegic after a head-on crash. Although the law states that children can sit in an adult seat… Continue Reading >

5 ways to build your kid’s confidence through Art

Art is a natural obsession for children as soon as they can grasp a crayon and scrawl on your wall but how can YOU use their inner genius to improve your home décor and their sense of self-worth and outer… Continue Reading >

Kiddipedia is thrilled to announce a partnership with Reading out of Poverty

Have you ever thought about how fortunate we are to live in Australia? In particular, to educate our children and provide opportunities that can prepare them for a successful and prosperous life ahead? Thankfully the Australian National Curriculum is designed… Continue Reading >