Three Positive Reasons To Choose Family Daycare

Posted on: 11 December 2020
When it is time to look at daycare options for children, there are several choices open to parents. Traditional daycare, long hours daycare, family daycare, au pairs and nannies are all avenues that a parent has for looking after their child. So, how do you choose one which is best for your family? As a parent who does not like the busyness of a traditional daycare but does not want the loneliness of an au pair or nanny, family daycare is the perfect solution for you.
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Three Tips To Help Choose A Childcare Centre

Posted on: 17 September 2019
When it comes to child care centres, not all facilities are created equal, so you must give careful consideration to which facility you want to use to look after your child when it is time to return to work. If you are heading back to work in January, start to look for a childcare centre now to give you plenty of time to tour those close by and put your child's name on the waiting list if necessary.
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Basic mannerism skills you should teach your child during kindergarten

Posted on: 29 April 2019
Kindergarten forms an important foundation for your child's future learning experiences. It is during these years that children polish up their politeness skills, their good manners and other essential behaviours. Teachers spend lots of time showing kids how to act properly while inside and outside the classroom. However, you also play an important role as a parent. Your kids will be looking to practice what they learnt at school as soon as they get home, and you should be ready to guide them in developing proper manners.
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5 Essential Skills Your Child Should Learn in Preschool

Posted on: 23 January 2019
Preschool plays a vital role in your child's life as it prepares them for formal schooling. Below are essential skills that your child should learn in preschool, which ensure that they have an easy time transitioning into kindergarten.  Independence  The preschool environment is entirely different from the home environment. At school, your child does not have anyone to feed, clothe, and even take him or her to the toilet. The child adjusts by acknowledging that they must make some decisions without the help of parents or the daycare provider.
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