Why music is superfood for young children’s brain development

Media kindly brought to you by Mini Maestros We all know a song and a dance gives kids oodles of enjoyment, but did you know music also presents a huge developmental benefit for young children in particular? It’s common to… 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 >

Friend In Me

Have you ever felt like you have missed out on a fun night out or experienced your children feeling left out when the party invites get handed out at Kinder or school? I have discovered the perfect event so that… Continue Reading >

5 Ways to Connect with Your Child Today

This month it is time to focus on connections. Before the crazy of Christmas descends. ‘Cause us mums are busy, busy, busy little bees. Focused on the tasks that keep the family running, the kids fed, the house semi-clean. But… Continue Reading >

Boys Are Sensitive Bunnies

I never thought I would have a boy. During my pregnancy, I thought I was having a girl. Silly really as parts of my pregnancy were so different, and yet I still thought it could be a girl. We are… 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 >

Exercise Motivation Tips for Busy Mums

Exercise Motivation Tips for Busy Mums Let’s face it. Sometimes motivation can be hard to find. While we all want to embrace a healthy, happy and active lifestyle, our busy day-to-day schedules can make it hard to find time for exercise (understatement… Continue Reading >

Why Children Should Dance – An Interview with Natalie Ayton

Dance has many benefits for children. It doesn’t just provide physical benefits, such as increased coordination or flexibility, but also helps young people learn to communicate and collaborate with each other. Natalie Ayton is an internationally respected dancer, choreographer and… Continue Reading >

Little Rockers Red Nose Disco

From a terrible loss, the country’s largest simultaneous disco has been created. Over 50,000 Australian pre-schoolers dancing to raise funds for Red Nose. After losing my nephew to SIDS at 16-months of age I decided to make fundraising for Red… Continue Reading >

Children have to ask questions, it’s how they learn!

Did you know?… “Research has found the amount of questions asked by children differs with age and gender, four-year-old girls being the most inquisitive asking 390 questions a day and at the other end of the spectrum, nine-year-old boys are… Continue Reading >