Screen Time
In January 2019, a report produced by the University of Auckland for the Ministry of Social Development was released about “Effects of Screen...

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Road Safety Practices
Nurtured at Home provides Educators with hi-viz vests for children to wear for safety when exploring out and about in the community. One of the many...

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Pre-writing Shapes
You may have seen children make “marks” on paper using crayons, pens or paints, such as simple dots, lines or circles. These are known as...

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New Zealand Sign Language Week
New Zealand Sign Language is celebrated 6-12th May 2019. Nurtured at Home's resource for Educators this month is laminated sheets for Educators...

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Hygiene Practices
As we head into Winter we may consider how we promote and role model hygiene practices for children in care. At Nurtured at Home, children are...

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Food and Risk of Choking
At Nurtured at Home, we take the health, safety and wellbeing of all children in care seriously. Below is some important information on food choices...

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Making Music
Music is a valuable learning experience for children of all ages.  Research shows that children who are actively involved in music (playing,...

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Health and Safety
In April and October of each year, Nurtured at Home Visiting Teachers undertake a comprehensive health and safety check of each Educator's indoor...

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Dinosaur Play
Many children go through a stage of being fascinated with dinosaurs, and this can start as young as 2-3 years of age. While studies have shown the...

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Colour Your Day
Following the distressing events in Christchurch on Friday 15th March, we wanted to check in with our community. To all of our employees, Educators,...

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