|Minimum Recommended Age||3yrs+|
|Play Based Learning Focus||Small World Play|
|Mojo Tag Size||Xlarge|
Starting school can be a time of anxiety, how can you support a child's first steps in their school life? Josh was the youngest of three children and a perfectly gullible target for teasing and stirring from big brothers. By the time Josh was old enough to face his first day at school, his brothers had him petrified.
At Christmas time we fill our cupboards with sugary treats, rich foods and bottles of soft drinks; we throw and attend parties and our kid’s ‘sometimes foods’ become less ‘sometimes’ and more ‘daily’. Read these tips to beat overindulgence and have a happy and healthy Christmas.
Are you one of the 27% of Australians who haven’t thought about saving power? Whether you’ve been cutting down on your consumption for a long time, recently, or not at all, we’ve compiled some energy saving tips to get you through summer.
“The taste of sea salt, the sun bleached hair, the smell of sun cream and the collection of sand in the bathroom- that’s summer!” Evan, our National Marketing and Communications Manager. Looking back, summer days always feel longer in our memories; they are etched into our memories. Endless daylight, without the school routine, just the sun and the weather as friends.
Children’s identities, knowledge, understandings, capacities, skills and relationships change during childhood - Belonging, Being and Becoming; the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia, page 7. Framing the discussion that shows your child that you are apprehensive can show your child that adults have emotional reactions to change, but manage them by talking about them.