Indoor Active Play
During the Autumn and Winter months, play outdoors can at times be limited due to the weather conditions. However, in a homebased setting, we can...

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Understanding Behaviour
Kaiako, in partnership with whānau, play an important role in supporting children to develop behaviours that enable them to be successful in their...

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Talking Together
Tōku reo, tōku ohooho, tōku reo, tōku māpihi maurea, tōku reo, tōku whakakai marihi My language is my awakening, my language is my treasure,...

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Planned and Spontaneous Play
Intentional teaching involves Educators being thoughtful, purposeful and deliberate in their decisions and actions. Educators invite children to...

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Korikori Wai - Water Play
Water play can provide a fun and exciting, or a relaxing and soothing, sensory experience for tamariki. Children can engage individually or as part...

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Loose Parts for Play
At Nurtured at Home, we love that Educators can go foraging with children in care to see what they might collect to create their own baskets of...

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Exploring Nature
There are so many benefits for tamariki’s mental, emotional and physical health and well-being when they get into and explore our natural...

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Waitangi Day 2021
The purpose of a mihi is to greet people and introduce yourself. This Waitangi Day, Nurtured at Home is taking part in Te Wiki o te Reo...

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Establishing Consistent Routines
At Nurtured at Home, small ratios enable us to provide a safe and predictable setting within a homebased setting so that tamariki can feel confident...

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Using Puppets in Play
Puppets are a great way for children to express themselves emotionally, develop hand-eye co-ordination, experiment with a range of verbal and...

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