Learning Dispositions
A child’s knowledge, skills and attitudes combine as dispositions, which are tendencies to respond to situations in particular ways. At...

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Role Play
Role play is the fun activity a child engages in when they act out or take on another character.  This kind of play stimulates their imagination...

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Contribution Mana Tangata
Strand 3 of Te Whāriki is Contribution Mana Tangata. At Nurtured at Home our Visiting Teachers work with and alongside Educators to consider what...

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Environment as Third Teacher
Children are active learners and therefore the way in which the environment is set influences how a child will engage, play and learn.  In the...

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Outdoor Winter Play
In winter, it’s tempting to keep warm inside, although there are benefits to children playing outdoors even when it’s cold. Children will...

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Schema
Have you ever found yourself repeatedly retrieving that cheese stick you gave your toddler for lunch? You place it back on their tray only to have it...

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Supporting Educators
Nurtured at Home works hard to ensure we provide a quality service to our families/whānau, children, Educators and employees.  To maintain our...

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Matariki
At Nurtured at Home playgroups throughout June, we've been celebrating Matariki with a variety of activites.  Here are some that you can...

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Belonging Mana Whenua
Strand 2 of Te Whāriki is Belonging Mana Whenua.  Here we look at an overview of what that means.  At Nurtured at Home, our Visiting...

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Priority Learners
Nurtured at Home recognises that infants, toddlers and young children have different learning needs and therefore we strive to provide an environment...

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