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.
Having a go at writing and drawing at an early age helps children learn and understand how ideas are communicated.
Kids begin to learn about numbers from everyday situations they can relate to.
At around 15 months, toddlers start becoming interested in dress-ups and make-believe play.
Children born with hearing difficulties can have fun learning early literacy and numeracy skills with Auslan communicators Sally & Possum.
Playing outdoors is great for physical and mental development.
Baby playtime can be a great time to bond, build relationships and support important mental, physical and social development.
Love, attention and interesting experiences create the best conditions for you baby’s brain growth, learning and development.
Make story time a part of your daily routine you both look forward to.
Different types of play allow kids to learn in new ways.
Encourage your child to get involved with these activities your kids love to get crafty with.
The great outdoors is full of interesting natural materials waiting to be discovered. Exploring outdoor materials provides opportunities for children to learn to care for and respect their environment.
Painting is a great way to let your child to experiment with expression and visual communication while developing important motor skills.
Get kids involved in making their own paint for craft activities.
An old favourite, try these DIY recipes to make your own playdough at home.
Free activities, ideas and information for parents and caregivers to encourage their child to speak and listen every day.
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Try out some of these playtime ideas with your family.