• Mar 21
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    Positive Goodbyes – Tips for Managing Separation Anxiety

    No Comments/ Contributed by Goodstart Early Learning

    Tips for Managing Separation Anxiety.

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  • Mar 13
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    Learning Manners the Fun Way

    No Comments/ E&M Etiquette Training and Coaching

    Equipping children with good table manners is an important lesson that all parents should give to their children.

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  • Mar 10
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    The Importance of Etiquette: Please, Poise and Nose-Picking

    No Comments/ Teresa Jadvick, E&M Etiquette Training and Coaching

    Good manners will often take people where neither money nor education will take them...

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  • Feb 20
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    Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties – Cairns

    No Comments/ Rose Foster

    Raising children comes with a unique set of challenges.

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  • Feb 20
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    Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties – Mackay

    No Comments/ Rose Foster

    Raising children comes with a unique set of challenges.

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  • Feb 20
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    Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties – Townsville

    No Comments/ Rose Foster

    Raising children comes with a unique set of challenges.

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  • Feb 14
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    Solving Problems in Three Simple Steps

    No Comments/ Jenna Galley

    It’s important to pay attention to your children’s conflicts, especially if they get violent or out of control.

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  • Feb 13
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    Successful Sharing

    No Comments/ Jenna Galley

    It is ingrained in human nature not to share (especially in children). And thus, teaching a child to share can be a bit tricky.

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  • Feb 12
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    Sibling Rivalry: Why Do My Kids Fight So Much?

    No Comments/ Jenna Galley

    It’s only natural for siblings to fight. About EVERYTHING. But having more than one child provides you with the perfect opportunity to teach them the importance of sharing, of showing empathy and of working out ways to solve problems without your assistance.

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  • Feb 09
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    Let Your Child Explore Through Messy Play

    No Comments/ GoodStart Early Learning - Kylie Warren-Wright, National Safe Work & Wellbeing Manager

    Children are naturally active learners and can learn so much through play. Messy and sensory play can be an especially valuable learning experience for babies and children because it stimulates many senses at the same time. They can feel, see, smell and sometimes taste their messy creation, depending on the activity.

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  • Dec 05
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    Bump N Bub

    No Comments/ Christine Dellit - Program Director – Little Snappers Swim Schools

    Sadly, in Australia, drowning happens to be one of the largest killers of children in the zero to four age group with 21 drownings between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016.

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  • Nov 10
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    How Learning a Second Language can benefit your child

    No Comments/ Janelle Santolin - Education Officer, Catholic Education Services

    Growing up in the ’70s in Far North Queensland, I didn’t have the opportunity to learn...

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  • Oct 11
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    The T’s (and Pee’s) of Toilet Training

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    What happens when Guy Clifton undergoes the joys of toilet training his daughter, Matilda? Come and have a read (and a laugh)

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  • Oct 05
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    The next generation of jobs

    No Comments/ Jenna Galley

    Are our kids prepared for the careers of the future?

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  • Oct 05
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    To punish or not to punish

    No Comments/ Jenna Galley

    Have you heard of gentle parenting? It's a new-age parenting trend that pretty much bans punishment entirely. But will it work for your kids?

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  • Oct 05
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    Soft Parenting – the other side

    No Comments/ Barry Hampton

    There are two sides to every parenting story. Barry Hampton, who has over 25 years experience as a Choi Kwang Do instructor and as a dad, shares his thoughts on the somewhat controversial 'soft' parenting trend.

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  • Oct 05
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    Daddy Diary Mackay – October Organisation

    No Comments/ Rob Kidd

    It's the pre-start to the silly season. Here's what our Daddy Diarist, Rob Kidd, wants parents to know in the lead-up to Christmas

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  • Aug 25
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    10 Steps to Sleepover Success

    No Comments/ Jenna Gallina

    There’s so much more to sleepovers than pillow fights, glow sticks and scary movies. So join the fun with these adorable overnight ideas and tips for slumber party success.

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  • Aug 25
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    Living With Worry – Anxiety in Children

    No Comments/ Jenna Gallina

    Approximately two to nine per cent of children and teenagers are diagnosed with anxiety disorders in Australia and countless more suffer behind closed doors. Here's what parents can do to help their kids

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  • Aug 05
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    The science behind your child’s reliance on the iPad

    No Comments/ PakMag News

    Just what is happening to your child's brain when playing iPad? Here's the rundown.

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