Nurtured at Home Grows
In January 2014, Nurtured at Home launched in Auckland.  Through our commitment to providing high quality support to Educators and families, we...

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Nutrition for Young Children
It is recommend that your child eat three meals per day plus snacks in between, from a variety of food groups. Most children will eat when...

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Play in a Homebased Environment
Resources and equipment for children to learn and play with can include home-made, natural, or shop-bought.  Resources can also be fit for one...

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Developing Self-Esteem
It doesn’t matter how old we are – we all like to feel good about ourselves.  We all like to feel special; think of how you feel...

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Maori Language Week
A language revives: Every year since 1975 New Zealand has marked Māori Language Week. This is a time for all New Zealanders to celebrate te reo...

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Vulnerable Children Act 2014
There are some important safety checking requirements of core workers working with children coming into effect as at 1st July 2015, as a result of...

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Exploring Our Community
Making connections with the local community provides children with opportunities to learn about their language, culture and identity. Visiting your...

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Matariki
Matariki is the Māori name for the small cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades or the Seven Sisters, in the Taurus constellation. In New...

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Road-Safety
One of the many advantages of homebased childcare is that Educators and children can explore their local communities and learn from the many...

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Catching Throwing and Kicking
Catching, throwing and kicking are skills necessary for sports skills but also necessary for mastering the skills of writing, reading, rhythm and...

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