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Signs your child is ready to start school

Knowing when your child is ready to head off to “big school” can be a tricky one, especially if your child’s birthday falls in the early half of the year. Age-wise your child may be ready to start school, but are they...

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Toddler Behaviour

Why does my child only act up for me?

First things first, this is actually a good thing! No really, stick with us. It’s actually very normal for babies to be little angels for everyone else and then scream, cry, winge, refuse to nap or eat and just generally...

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Sexual Development

How to explain where babies come from

Conversations about the amazing story of human reproduction should be a normal part of every household. If you are feeling apprehensive, do a little preparation so that you can respond positively and be an 'askable parent'...

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Sleep Behaviour

Could my child be having nightmares?

Nightmares are never fun (duh). Seeing your little one struggling with them is difficult to watch, so getting to the bottom of it is important. Even toddlers might complain about monsters entering their usually pleasant...

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Sleep Development

How much sleep does my 4-year-old need?

As your little one is growing up, sleep changes more than you might think. You take them to the park hoping that running wild will make them pass out just in time for your favourite show, but it often goes the other way...

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Learning Ideas

Practical Tips For Teaching Your Child To Read

There are many milestones that you will enjoy watching your little one go through – from taking those first steps, speaking their first words, and eventually learning how to read and write. From this excitement, can also come some pressure for both parent and child. Many parents will be left googling ‘when should my baby’ or comparing notes on their child’s milestones with other parents in mother’s groups or at daycare / preschool.  The fact...

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Practical Tips For Teaching Your Child To Write

Typically, parents will think of writing as something that isn’t achievable for preschoolers. After all, it’s hard to write when you can’t yet recognise letters or spell words. However, the foundations of writing actually begins early on – from colouring in to crayon scribbles! Simple ways to encourage your child’s writing skills Encourage your little one to draw as much as possible by stocking their craft bin with a variety of writing tools such as...

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