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Bounce Cards are designed for OSHC Educators to go with you, wherever your OSHC children play and to share ideas to encourage your children to be active every day.
In Norway and most other Scandinavian countries, children nap in the outdoors. According, to research outdoor sleeping not only promotes better daytime sleeping, but it also increases the duration of sleep. With Australia's serene climate, it's a great way for…
Progressive mealtimes are giving an opportunity for children to choose when they want to eat within a certain timeframe instead of eating at a set time.
On 26 January we celebrate Australia Day. A day to reflect on what we have achieved and what we can be proud of in our great nation. However, for Aboriginal Australians, it's a day of sorrow and loss. A clear…
The Child Care Provider Handbook is free and written for providers of early learning and child care. It details the requirements and responsibilities of child care providers and services.
As part of the children’s program, it’s important to undertake cultural celebrations in acknowledging rights and traditions. This yearly calendar has a variety of monthly cultural and community celebrations which can be acknowledged within the program and adapted to suit…
When your eager to get the job, it may be difficult to refuse to answer questions however you don’t have to answer a question that requires you to give information that could be used to discriminate against you.
One of the best ways to encourage children to grow a garden to develop a range of skills is to create an edible garden. An edible garden is a garden that contains flowers, herbs, seeds, berries and plants that can…
Many nursery rhymes have been argued to have hidden meanings and origins.
Incursions provide children with the opportunity to explore meaningful learning experiences in the comfort of their early childhood service.
Two protocols related to Country are important to know about in order to show respect for aboriginal people and their custodianship of and close ongoing connection to the land.
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is a promise to every child to protect and fulfil their rights, by adopting an international legal framework.
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