The Benefits of Early Learning

Why Family Day Care is So Sought After

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There are many different types of child care in Australia. From those that are based around religious guidelines to large, multicultural groups found in preschools and child care centres. Finding the type of child care that is best for your precious children can be a difficult task, and many parents find it hard to let go at all. However, allowing your kid to socialise early and form those bonds with other people is an integral part of their development so, eventually, you will need to choose somewhere. Read More»

Reasons to choose a bilingual early childhood center

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Australia is a nation with great linguistic diversity: Australians speak over 160 different languages, with around a sixth of all Australian children speaking another language at home. As a result, bilingual early childhood care and education are growing trends in Australia. When deciding whether bilingual education is right for your child, here are some factors to consider. Fluency in a global world In an increasingly interconnected world, fluency in multiple languages will be increasingly important for everyone, and early childhood is the best time to develop language skills. Read More»

How to Find the Perfect Kindergarten

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If you are a first-time parent, the thought of sending your child to kindergarten can be a little overwhelming. For years you will have been the one guiding and teaching your child at every stage. You will have watched them grow and noted every small step on their journey. Now, probably for the first time, you are handing them into the care of someone else. Some people see kindergarten as little more than a regular babysitting service, but that view is seriously mistaken. Read More»

How can you tell if your child has a learning disability?

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During their early learning years, children master the basics of reading, writing and simple math, each at their own pace. However, grasping these basic skills can be perplexing to some children. If you notice that your child has an obvious problem with letters, numbers or speech, they may have a learning disability. Learning disabilities are a spectrum of disorders that affect how information is processed by the brain, making it hard to comprehend certain concepts. Read More»

5 Activities To Do With A Child In Preschool

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Do you find yourself always stuck at home with your child? Are you and your child both bored of occasionally going to the same park down the street? Or maybe you just want something fun to do today? Here are 5 activities to do with your child to prevent boredom, and to bond with each other.  Drive In Drive Ins are a suitable, yet entertaining activity for you and your child. Drive Ins are not costly, usually being free or very cheap. Read More»