Category Archive: Parenting Tips

Nov 05 2014

Childrens Truancy Versus Real Life Experiences

Children’s Truancy While Travelling As we travelled through Western Australia I’m seeing more families on holidays from across the different states of Australia.  One thing that has been interesting to see is the amount of families taking there children out before the school break. Some a couple of weeks either side, some for a whole term. …

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Jul 21 2014

Protecting Young Children Exposed To Visual Media

Protecting Young Children This article is a bit disturbing to write however needs to be as it concerns protecting young children today and the exposure children have to many things via digital and print media. The difference today being; the instant access, visual representation and the delivery of information available. Parents today need to be …

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Jun 10 2014

Educating Young Children

The Importance Of Educating Young Children As I travel across Australia from Queensland to Northern Territory on my way to Western Australia, my thoughts of educating young children in diverse areas of our country become apparent. Looking at the vast distances between towns and the facilities available, and also lack thereof. I think of the …

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Mar 27 2014

Activities For Children

Activities for Children Learning Takes Place Everywhere When we look at the way children learn, it takes place anywhere and everywhere. We look from a child waking up in the morning to a child taking a trip in the car. Children engage and are interested when they see things that gain their attention. It’s that …

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Mar 04 2014

Stranger Danger For Kids

The Importance of Stranger Danger For Kids  With the birth of technology stranger danger for kids is number one priority. Parents of young children have never before had to ensure that their children are both safe in the online world as the natural world! In Australia many cases of abductions are climbing in numbers to …

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Feb 06 2014

Kids Learning – Social Interaction and Babies Development

Social Interaction and Linking Kids Learning In this article we are looking at social interaction and kids learning. The videos with Dr Edward Tronick show a great example of kids learning and their understanding through their communication skills even though the child is very young. It displays a  baby’s social interaction with it’s mother via …

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Jan 29 2014

What Makes Good Early Learning Toys?

What are Early Learning Toys? You only need to visit a toy shop or go online to see the impact of early learning  toys in society today. Toys have been around for centuries. Early learning toys that we see today are still being influenced from years gone by! Spinning tops, dolls, match box cars, etc. …

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Jan 21 2014

Good Parenting Tips for Alcohol Related Issues and Young Children

Good Parenting Tips Alcohol related environments and exposure for young children today requires support so here are some good parenting tips. This is an increasing ongoing problem that connects our society to everything that we don’t want our children to be connected with. Today we see much media and advertising in many forms from magazines …

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Jan 17 2014

TV Guide Connections to Second Language Learning

Second Language Learning and TV Guide Connections? TV guide connections to learning a second language, you may wonder where I am heading with this blog. Today as was reading the paper to see what was on for the week, my eyes couldn’t believe the connection of second language learning and the TV guide. SBS provides …

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Jan 15 2014

Childcare and Good Parenting Advice – The 1.3 Billion Debt Who Pays?

Childcare and Good Parenting Advice Good parenting advice starts with being aware of what is happening for both you as a parent and your child/children.Just yesterday on A Current Affair (ACA) aired a story relating to Australian parents racking up $1.3 Billion child support debt. I can’t believe that  parents don’t support their own children. …

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