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Loving Mother Nature begins at home. Teaching your kids to respect the earth at an early age, they will realise the impact of their actions when they grow up. The small steps they take today can have a ripple effect on their future. Parents play a crucial role in educating their children about taking care of the environment. Here are practical tips on starting environmentally-conscious habits at home: Lead by Example Loving and respecting the
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  The importance of sustainability can be a complicated and broad concept to introduce and explain to children. But letting them learn at an early age will shape the way they look at the world and treat its creatures and resources. While it is true that not a lot of households are deeply invested in becoming fully sustainable, there are practical and straightforward ways for both kids and parents to appreciate the importance of sustainability.
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When it comes to young children, playtime is the best time to learn. When playing, children develop their social, communication and emotional skills. As such, play-based learning for children is a concept many early years, educators use as a part of their pedagogy. Through this type of knowledge, educators can introduce and reinforce concepts to engage a child’s interest to learn. They embed elements of teaching within the play experiences that children are naturally drawn
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More and more parents are choosing to enrol their children in formal child care centres. Kids Choice Granville is The Right Child Care Centre for Your Child! According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the number of children aged 0 to 12 enrolled in formal childcare centres has been increasing over the past few years, accounting for 17.4% of all Australian children in 2017. This number is a significant increase given that it was only 15.3%
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