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Dealing with separation anxiety in toddlers when you start child care

Dealing with separation anxiety in toddlers when you start child care

… Even if your toddler is normally fine when you leave, all of a sudden your departure can lead to floods … out the door to child care. … Toddlers often find transitions tricky, so a simple ‘hurry up!’ … a good idea to start the care a few weeks prior. … Talk about it Your toddler might feel alone in their anxiety. …



The importance of choosing the right childcare

The importance of choosing the right childcare

… key areas to take into consideration, and some questions which may guide you in selecting the best care … Your toddler, while in care, will love getting to know their teacher, who is trained to encourage child-led … The play-based experiences a toddler has in daycare are where the real learning happens! … Early childhood educators believe they are building futures from the very first day of education and care … The skills they learn in care will help children build and maintain better relationships with parents …



Feeding a Fussy Toddler

Feeding a Fussy Toddler

toddler wait for an adult dinner time is often too late. … Toddler help Toddlers love to help. … Provide a variety of food options—both new and familiar—and let your toddler choose; If your toddler … If you are concerned your toddler is not meeting their energy or nutrient needs, there are toddler’s … Talk to your health care professional or a Dietitian to find out more. …



A child care educator shares 8 games you can play at home with your toddler

A child care educator shares 8 games you can play at home with your toddler

… If you’re finding yourself at a loss for what to do after you pick your little one up from child care … , or on the non child care days, we can help! … These are the types of games that we might set up in a child care centre, using our specialised equipment … Lay them out and have your toddler take a good look at them and go through each one. … Then have your toddler close their eyes while you take one or two away. …



Toddler play – A new understanding

Toddler play – A new understanding

… Observing toddler play requires a different set of lenses. … Toddlers are making sense of their world through exploration with their senses. … It is best not to try to control toddler play but work with your toddler allowing them to safely explore … Toddlers need a lot of practice and they take their time. … People Under Three: Young Children in Day Care. New York: Routledge. …



How to make brushing teeth fun

How to make brushing teeth fun

… Explaining to them how important oral care is just doesn’t seem to do the trick. … Whilst you know that taking good care of your kids’ teeth and gums help to prevent cavities, your fun … You want the best for your toddlers’ well-being but how can you make brushing teeth fun for them. … Don’t leave your toddler alone - brush your teeth together. … Have them take care of teddies teeth before brushing their own and see what difference it makes on their …



21 tips to help my dad connect with me

21 tips to help my dad connect with me

… Creating a safe, warm physical relationship is a great way to show love and care. 9. … Routine Many parts of your baby's routine can be taken care of by you. … Your toddler Your toddler needs nurture and care. … Consistency and reliability Consistent and reliable attention and care will greatly shape and support …



Choking – the 4 things you need to know

Choking – the 4 things you need to know

… Sit down to eat You need the skills of a highly trained negotiator to keep a toddler at the table, however … However, following these simple tips can help prevent choking in a child in your care, and most importantly …



4 Tips For Outdoor Adventuring With Infants And Toddlers

4 Tips For Outdoor Adventuring With Infants And Toddlers

… You may be thinking how can I plan outdoor adventures with my infant or toddler in a way that goes smoothly … The more exposure infants and toddlers have to exploring the wonders of the outside world plus all the … kid-friendly gear A major obstacle for many parents in considering adventures or travel with infants and toddlers … Harder still, is the ability to source appropriate baby and toddler gear that has been designed for outdoor … The age of your children and associated level of care will of course shape your family’s overall mobility …



3 Postpartum body changes that you can't ignore

3 Postpartum body changes that you can't ignore

… I can feel my weak core muscles particularly when I need the strength to lift toddler, babies, strollers … See a physiotherapist qualified in postnatal care to create a tailored exercise program. … You have to be careful with the types of exercise you do to avoid your ab separation getting worse. …



9 ways to get kids to keep their hats on - without superglue

9 ways to get kids to keep their hats on - without superglue

Toddler/baby buckets: Once they’re up and about on their own exploring, they need that extra protection … Ponytails can also be an issue – our ponytail bucket and broadbrim hats take care of that! 8. …



Why messy play & mark making is important in early development

Why messy play & mark making is important in early development

… The words ‘messy play’ strike fear into most adults who have children in their care! … Simple things like making marks with chalk on the pavement can keep a toddler happy for ages! … Or, you can stick the paper to the wall which encourages older toddlers who are standing to reach up, …



Surrendering to motherhood

Surrendering to motherhood

… Squished between a snoring toddler and a smelly foster dog, too afraid to move in fear of waking either … It does not care for your personal space, physical sentimentalities or past-life joys. …



What to pack in your pregnancy hospital bag

What to pack in your pregnancy hospital bag

… possible in your last few weeks of pregnancy - you’ll need all your strength for the birth and taking care … Don’t forget newborn size for the nappies (you wouldn’t be the first to accidentally arrive with toddler