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Tracing Words - Australian Animals

Encourage children to learn the names of 8 Australian Animals with these vocabulary worksheets. Children will...

Tracing Words February 17, 2017

Upcoming Key Changes To The NQF For Earl…

The educational Ministers throughout Australian states and territories have agreed to changes to the National Quality...

Childcare News February 15, 2017

Cut and Paste Pictures - Love

Here are 8 "love" cutting worksheets which a child can use to practice their cutting skills...

Cut and Paste Worksheets February 11, 2017

Valentines Day - My Valentine

This Valentines Day template is to be used as a keepsake to add to a child's portfolio. 

Child Portfolios February 8, 2017

Approved Learning Frameworks in Australia
Today, 12:15 by Danelle (9 replies)

WHS/OHS in the workplace
Today, 11:34 by katiemaree13 (1 reply)

scenario: Matt
Today, 08:45 by rdoyle (1 reply)

culturally safe work practice
Yesterday, 21:06 by shannon10 (1 reply)

Sleep and Rest Time Checklist
Yesterday, 19:42 by nicole.shannon (5 replies)

Programing
Yesterday, 15:08 by Katerinastojkoski (1 reply)

Children's Goals In Programming
Yesterday, 14:44 by Lorina (6 replies)

CHCPRT003 - Risk Factors To Make A Family...
Yesterday, 14:43 by Lorina (2 replies)

Discussing Health and Hygiene issues In Relation...
Yesterday, 14:38 by Lorina (4 replies)

CHCPRT003 - Effect Of Child Abuse and Neglect...
Yesterday, 14:37 by Lorina (4 replies)

Educator Articles

Upcoming Key Changes To The NQF For Early Childhood and…

The educational Ministers throughout Australian states and territories have agreed to changes to the National Quality Framework. 

Student Articles

How To Reference Correctly Using Web Sources

As a student finding information and doing research is an important part of completing assignments. Once you find the information you need to complete the question, it's imperative you know how to reference the information that you are adding into your response.

Parent Articles

Influenza (Flu)

Influenza, commonly known as the flu, is caused by a highly contagious virus that is spread by fluids produced during coughing and sneezing, or by direct contact with those fluids on surfaces. 

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