Matariki
Twinkling in the winter sky just before dawn, Matariki (the Pleiades) signals the Māori New Year. Traditionally, Matariki was a time to remember...

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First Aid
Nurtured at Home is committed to keeping children in care safe, and ensuring all Educators hold a current First Aid Certificate.  We are pleased...

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New Zealand Sign Language
New Zealand Sign Language became an official language of New Zealand in April 2006, alongside English and te reo Māori, and now more than 20,000 New...

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Bird Feeders
In winter, there are fewer flowers, berries and insects for native birds to eat. At Nurtured at Home playgroups, we’ve started making bird...

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Natural Resources
Natural resources - Ngā rawa ā-Māori Setting up a “natural resource” area for children to explore in a homebased setting is easy to...

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Playgroups
Nurtured at Home offers Educator’s, families and children the opportunity to attend a weekly playgroup in their community.  Some benefits...

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Engaging With Nature
In a community where technology is readily available to children of all ages, the Department of Conservation has noted that fewer children are...

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Learning To Use Scissors
Using scissors requires small muscles in the hand to have strength and coordination to manipulate them.  It takes time and patience for children...

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Learning Through Play
Educators in a homebased setting provide a learning environment for children to experience a range of opportunities.   Educators are...

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Nurturing, Educational, Fun
At Nurtured at Home, we work hard to build quality relationships with families, whānau, children, Educators and the wider community.  In a...

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