Understanding the Dangers of Child and Teen Online Activity

Do you know what your children are doing online? The digital world has moved so fast for parents that many don’t understand how their kids are being influenced or targeted online. They underestimate the disastrous consequences of internet bullying, low… Continue Reading >

Importance of the relationship you have with your childcare; right from the beginning

Throughout life, relationships are fundamentally important and are vital to feel a sense of belonging. In the early years children learn what that is and how that makes them feel, from using their experiences, parents and environment. Belonging will shape… Continue Reading >

Top 10 reasons you should get your toddler in a garden

By Flavia Fayet-Moore and Sinead Storch from www.foodiscool.com    Who are our toddlers and preschoolers in 2022? Let us introduce you to Gen Alpha. Born in 2010 or later, they are the Millennials’ children and the first generation who will be… Continue Reading >

Rainbow Families and Early Childhood Australia Collaborate to Champion Family Diversity

In a positive stride towards a more inclusive society, Rainbow Families and Early Childhood Australia (ECA) have joined forces to introduce an innovative, professional development opportunity. This initiative is set to equip early learning educators with the tools they need… Continue Reading >

Meaning of Mother’s Day

May is here! And when May comes, Mother’s Day is just a few days away. What does this mean? Shops will be promoting a lot of their gift ideas and discount sale offers for mothers. Social media will be buzzing… Continue Reading >

LOVE IS … A Mother

Perhaps the most profound side-effect of becoming a mother is that of gaining a hugely enlarged understanding of the breadth and depth of what ‘loving’ someone really can mean. It’s a new, compassionate, feminine wisdom that more deeply appreciates what… Continue Reading >

Understanding Children’s Behaviour with Stephanie Wicker

As children grow and develop, parents can face many hurdles when it comes to their behaviour but it often doesn’t have to be that way. This is where having access to amazing resources such as Behaviour Consultant Stephanie Wicker from… Continue Reading >

What does my child need right now? Behaviour is the best indicator!

by Dr Julie Hollitt   Being curious about the behaviour of children is to be curious about what they need and about what it is that they are ready to learn. The behaviour of children can be far more enlightening… Continue Reading >

Why children should get excited about reading, writing and illustrating books

Media kindly brought to you by Schoolyard Stories   Have you ever imagined what it would feel like to see your child’s name in print as the author of a book? It’s a proud moment for any parent, teacher, or… Continue Reading >

Nature Connected Kids

Young children have an affinity for our natural world, relishing the company of animals, birds, trees, rocks, shells and places as their special companions and friends. Getting to know our world through encounters with tadpoles, wind, rock pools, caves, ants,… Continue Reading >