Developing Competence
Emmi Pickler was a Hungarian paediatrician who introduced new theories of infant education, and put them into practice at...

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Tenets of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
At Nurtured at Home we are exploring treaty-based practice which reflect the tenets of Te Tiriti o Waitangi of Partnership, Participation and...

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The Patupaiarehe of Pirongia Mountain
On the top of Pirongia Maunga, live Patupaiarehe – the fairies.  It is believed that Patupaiarehe have magical powers. Patupaiarehe are...

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Supermarket Visits
Supermarkets are busy and exciting places and can be a bit too busy and exciting for a little person to cope with. Shopping can be a bit much...

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Learning About Emotions
Young children may feel stress as a result of fear and other unpleasant emotional experiences. When this happens too often, it can have a negative...

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Enjoying Books
Watching a child and learning how they communicate through sound, facial expressions, and gestures are all important ways to help them learn about...

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Practising Sun Safety
At Nurtured at Home, children in care are kept safe from the sun by practising sun safety and this is also role modeled by our Educators and Visiting...

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Celebrating 2019
Both Aaron and I would personally like to say a huge thank you to all our Educators, Nannies, family/whānau and children, Visiting Teachers and...

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Using Big Muscles
For motor skills to develop, children need plenty of time playing on the floor and outdoors to exercise both sides of their brain and body. Every...

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Water Safety in Homebased Care
With the summer holidays upon us, the safety and supervision of children in and around water is of the highest priority. This relates to water play,...

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