Benefits of Children Learning to Cook

Teaching children how to cook is a great way of developing skills they can apply throughout their life without the help of their elders. Cooking is one way to teach children math and reading. By following instructions from recipes, they… Continue Reading >

Fun things to do with a Washing Basket

There are many regular everyday items around the house you can use to have fun with your little one and also support their development. One of our favourites is the humble washing basket. Is it a car? A pirate ship?… Continue Reading >

LET KIDS PLAY!

By Jane Kilkenny   Humans are designed to move and it’s starts before we are even born into this world.  Those first flutters that a woman feels when she is pregnant confirm the very existence of that growing baby. From… Continue Reading >

Considering The Whole Family

Life is about being in relationship: with family, with children, with partner, with neighbours, with friends or with fellow workers. All of our interactions involve using our senses, communicating and reciprocating.  From the tiny baby and its parents, to the… Continue Reading >

Brain Gym for Stress Management

Brain Gym movements unite the brain, body and the senses improving overall brain function in areas such as concentration, memory recall, reading and writing, organisation skills, physical coordination and more.  When you can access more areas of the brain, and use… Continue Reading >

10 ways to incorporate more music into your child’s day

From your child’s first day of life to approximately five years, 90% of their brain development occurs. Every sight, smell, sound and sensation makes an impact. Your babies brain develops through use, therefore your baby needs an environment that provides… Continue Reading >