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5 ways to make your life easier before the end of the year

We’re quickly approaching the silly season, and everything is ramping up: the end-of-year parties, the get-togethers, the cooking, the holidays, the present-hunting, the life organisation for 2020… If your to-do list is already seemingly endless and you’re starting to panic, this article is here to help. After all, life is now busier than ever, making …

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Healthy, wonder-filled and wise

By Freya Lucas Have you ever wondered how educators encourage children to adopt lifelong healthy habits, or learn more about their wellbeing? One of the cornerstones of the Early Years Learning Framework is following children’s interests, and supporting them to explore all of their wonderful questions, ideas, curiosities and connections with the wider world – …

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How To Support Your Child’s Speech And Language Development

By Freya Lucas Research shows that the best way to support speech and language development is to talk together, frequently and naturally. In a childcare setting, children are surrounded by many different examples of speech and language, both from their peers, and from their educators. Educators use many strategies to support children’s language development in …

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