Te Wiki o te Reo Maori
“Strength for an endangered language comes from its status, people being aware of how to support revitalisation, people acquiring and using it...

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Emotional Wellbeing
At Nurtured at Home, we are guided by our Child Protection and Positive Guidance Policies to keep children safe from harm and nurture their physical...

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Cultural Competency
At Nurtured at Home, we guide and support Educators to acknowledge and celebrate each child's language, culture and identity, reflecting the...

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Imitating and Copying
Adults play an important part in a child’s life, as children watch closely their every move and listen carefully to their verbal communication...

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The Benefits of Music
In a homebased setting with Nurtured at Home, tamariki can be exposed to music from birth. This may include gentle lullabies, soothing classical...

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The Importance of Play
Playful interactions with loving, patient parents or caregivers are more beneficial than lots of toys. Play isn’t something children do when...

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The Natural Environment
Last year, Nurtured at Home Visiting Teachers attended professional development on the benefits of children engaging in play in the natural...

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Baking
Baking with children is a socially interactive experience, as children gain valuable life skills.  As adults, we guide, support, and explain...

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Matariki
Throughout June, Matariki will be celebrated at Nurtured at Home playgroups and activity ideas shared with Educators in their homes. Here’s...

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Managing Risks
At Nurtured at Home, Educators can provide challenging environments for children to test their skills. Providing opportunities for children to...

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