New Beginnings Bring New Responsibilities

Your little one is getting ready to start school. This is a time of change which can be both exciting and challenging for children, and their parents, as they experience the early days of school and transition into a new… Continue Reading >

Tips to get Children Excited about Reading

As a teacher I love books. In fact, I love them so much that you could easily mistake me for a Mum who lines up at Aldi each January when the book sale is on and fights her way through… Continue Reading >

5 Ways to Establish a Positive Relationship With School

Education can be a real battleground for parents, particularly if your child has a diagnosis or disability. It can be a battle to find the right educational setting for your child, let alone getting your child’s needs met. It can… Continue Reading >

The importance of play in the lives of young children

In early childhood education, play has characteristically been regarded as the main way that young children learn. There are many forms of play including, block play, symbolic play, water play, and so on, each with their specific definitions and association… Continue Reading >

We are talking about snakes!

Those slippery little suckers that make most of us squirm! As the weather starts warming up we find more and more reports of snakes popping their heads out and potentially biting a loved one. So when we are talking about… 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 >

Why is STEM Education so important for children?

Well, it is estimated that 75 per cent of jobs are within industries requiring skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). We are seeing a strong national demand for STEM skills as Australian businesses are looking to hire people with engineering… Continue Reading >

Only For Me

Only For Me is a beautiful 32 page picture book, designed to gently teach children that their body is private and that they have a right to protect their privacy.

What are the benefits of having a home based tutor?

National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) is a series of tests focused on basic skills that are administered annually to Australian students. NAPLAN is an annual assessment, run at the direction of the Education Council, for all students in… Continue Reading >

Kiddipedia welcomes Your Family Budget!

Having a child can be expensive. While child-raising costs have gone up by 50% since 2007, our household incomes have only risen by about 25%. If a child is born in 2018, and was to be schooled in the public system,… Continue Reading >