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Babies and young children are learning through every experience, every day.
There are so many ways to make your child’s early years count.
Young children's brains are developing at a rapid rate, building the foundations for all future learning later in life. Providing a supportive and caring environment with everyday learning opportunities makes the early years count.
Information for families to support their child's development in the early years, access services and transition to school. Supporting families and communities to promote language and culture in programs, and positive identity and belonging in the early years.
Information for families to access early childhood education and care services, promote learning in the home and transition to school. Encouraging families to promote cultural identity and language to develop multicultural early childhood communities.
Get your kids involved in these games and activities. From building obstacle courses and garden projects outdoors, to recipes for making paint and playdough at home, there are lots of ways to support your child's learning through play.
This family favourite is a great way to build listening skills while having fun.
Following instructions, staying focused and using self-control are important skills that are learned and built from an early age.
When children learn about other cultures, as well as their own cultural identity, it helps them to understand we are all different.