Sharing the gift of reading

One of the greatest gifts you can give your child is to develop their love of reading. But how can you support your child to become a fluent and successful reader? Don’t just leave it to the professionals!

Read on to discover the skills your child will need to develop and how you can create the right learning environment to inspire and fuel their imagination for life!

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Rupal Arora
Parents as partners

My most memorable experiences in the Early Childhood Education industry are working with families and partnering with them on their parenting journey during their children’s early years. The wonderful memories have always been my personal pride.

In this latest series of blog posts, we reached out to some of these mums for a chat on their parenting journey as well as their experience partnering with me

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3 Tips for choosing a preschool

Having started in the Early Childhood industry more than 20 years ago, I have worked with many educators and numerous parents too. Often, during school visits and tours, parents would ask “how do I choose the best preschool for my child?” 

The definition of “best preschool” would differ from parent to parent. Some parents would choose location while others would favour student: teacher ratio. From an educator’s perspective, I would recommend parents to consider these 3 areas. 

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The art of imaginative play

Our perception and impression of things have a great impact in all that we do and in the way we parent our children.

What is your image of a child? Do you see them as the most powerful learners, filled with a deep sense of wonder and curiosity?

As we think deeply about childhood and lay importance to the early years, our image of the child has a powerful impact on their childhood, our relationships with educators, our family, our community and our child’s life long journey. As parents we uncover the unique nature of each child as he/she grow physically, emotionally, psychologically and intellectually from a baby to a toddler to a kindergartener and so on.

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Rupal Arora