Articles mentioning: learning through play

What to look for in an Early Learning Program

How to choose an early learning program to suit your family Deciding on the right early learning program for your child is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a parent. There are many different types of programs available and as such choosing which best fits your needs can be difficult. To help, we’ve […]

Have you taught “car skills” to your toddler?

If you’ve ever had to quite literally ‘restrain’ your toddler while trying to get them into the car seat read on. We are not saying the following tips will always work but they should give you a little more in the parenting armoury when trying to get your child to buckle up or even just […]

Learning through Play, Learning through Experience

Presented by Ngala‘s Indigenous Parenting Service, this is a free 8 week workshop for families with children newborn to 4 years. Join us to: Have fun yarning about your child’s everyday moments Learn about how these experiences affect your little one’s development When: 8 week Workshop Commencing Tuesday, 25th July, 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th August […]

Play Based Learning Using Loose Parts

Providing children with access to loose parts materials enables them to use their imaginations in an endless variety of ways. Loose parts are materials that can be played with in an open-ended way. They include man-made and natural resources and can be large or small scale, such as stones, sticks, cones, shells, logs, planks, crates, […]