Early Learning and Child Care
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Early Learning and Child Care

This blog is aimed at any parent who is looking for advice about child care and early learning. I do not work in this industry. My name is Keira, and I am just another loving parent who wants the best for her child. When my child was 2 years old, I decided to return to work. This was the beginning of my search for child care. Over the next couple of months, I learnt lots of useful things from other mothers and those who work in the industry. I hope this blog helps you to make the right choice when it comes to child care.

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  • Essential Questions to Ask on a Preschool Tour

    19 December 2019

    You can send your child to a preschool when they are as young as twelve months old. Pre-kindergarten is an excellent way for your child to get socialised in a group situation. If you spend a lot of time at work, sending your child to school is right for them. You can relax knowing that qualified professionals are taking care of your baby's every need. Pre-kindergarten involves learning through play. Your child will learn how to solve problems, share and be creative.

  • Raising a Reader: What to Look for In Their Kindergarten

    21 June 2019

    If you're an avid reader yourself, you already know that a love for reading can be one of the most powerful tools in a child's arsenal. Reading helps build literacy skills, develops imagination and creativity and teaches children how to enjoy quiet gratification. There's a lot you can do at home to encourage your child to read, but what happens at kindergarten is largely out of your control. That's why it's important to find a kindergarten that cares about reading just as much as you do.

  • Should You Let Your Child Choose Their Own Clothes for Preschool?

    11 March 2019

    When the time comes to enrol your child in preschool, you may have mixed emotions. While there is the excitement of your child gaining some independence while also getting prepared for formal school, you may also feel a bit of trepidation for letting your child go about their entire day without you. So you may be thinking about how best you can make this transition easier for your child. One of the simplest ways of doing so is letting them choose what they want to wear each day of preschool.