Family Allergy Education

To coincide with RU Okay Day let’s discuss something that is never spoken about – anxiety and the emotional health and wellbeing of families managing allergies. It’s not a medical team handling reactions and administering adrenaline, it’s families. But what… Continue Reading >

My Food Allergy Friends

My Food Allergy Friends Australia’s dedicated provider of educational allergy resources. The aim of the program is to help parents educate their children about allergies using the books and resources. Childcare centres and schools can put the Food Allergy Smart Program in place by using our… 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 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 >

ABC Reading Eggs

Ready, set, read! See how fast your child’s reading skills improve with ABC Reading Eggs – the multi-award winning online reading program for kids aged 2–13. Designed by Aussie educators, the program uses scientific research to teach your child phonics,… Continue Reading >

How to talk about money with your child – Your Child’s Financial Literacy

Children like to spend money – particularly yours. But however good they are at asking their parent to pay for a magazine or lolly at the supermarket, this is often the extent of their financial awareness. Children hear finance-associated words… Continue Reading >

Are you a Helicopter Parent? How to Keep Your Brave Kids Safe.

Whoever said ‘silence is golden’ clearly never had kids… silence is most often kids up to mischief. In many cases, kids are naturally braver than we are as adults. Some think they are super heroes, stunt men or stunt women,… Continue Reading >

Rainbow Families Raise Bright Kids

– Shane Warren –   I know every household has bright children and defining terms like ‘bright’ or ‘smart’ can be very subjective when we are speaking of children who are very much still in development.  However, this post is… Continue Reading >

U. Games Australia

U. Games Australia strives to be the leading company supplying learning, innovative and educational toys that leave our children smarter, happier and more creative. We believe we have a social responsibility to ensure that our products are of the highest… Continue Reading >

Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC), Choices, challenges and truths.

By; Renee Adair   Since 1985, the World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended that a population caesarean section rate of 10–15% is expectable to ensure mortality rates are kept low for mothers and babies. In Australia today we have a… Continue Reading >