Learning Resources
There is a Ministry of Education requirement that Educators have a well-resourced environment for children, with a range of equipment to support the...

Read more

Sensory Play
Sensory play allows children the freedom to explore, discover and wonder at the world around them.  These unstructured learning opportunities...

Read more

Te Whariki - Early Childhood Curriculum
New Zealand’s world leading early childhood curriculum Te Whāriki has been updated. Te Whāriki, which has shaped early learning in New...

Read more

Outdoor Play
With a little preparation, children can enjoy learning and discovering outdoors even on the coldest of days.  Once children are warm, dry and...

Read more

Rocks
Originally started in Washington on a parenting website, with the first New Zealand Facebook group starting in Palmerston North, rock-finding has...

Read more

Matariki Playdough
Playdough is a great sensory activity as children explore and use their creative skills to manipulate it into interesting shapes and creations. ...

Read more

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

Read more

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...

Read more

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...

Read more

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...

Read more

Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Next>>