Colour My World Children's Centre focuses on becoming a “Home away from Home” for our children.
We want our children to feel safe, secure and happy…..enabling the education to follow from this. Where children learn through play and environments are another teacher. Our centre operates from 7am – 6pm : Monday – Friday for 50 weeks of the year.
Our waiting list is free of charge, located via our website www.cmwchildrenscentre.com.au Come be a part of our CMW family.
TLC Early Education & Care Centres Being in the childcare industry for over 10 years, TLC has built a great foundation to support, develop and nurture your child’s strengths, interests and individual needs. With passionate and dedicated qualified educators, nothing but the best quality of education and care is promised for your child here at TLC Early Education and Care Centres. We are exceeding in our National Quality Standards in our Educational Program and Practice and Relationships with Children.
We provide all meals at TLC. Our children are always asking for seconds at meal times and there is always plenty of it. We have a 4 week rotating Summer & Winter Menu which supports 50% of their RDI. Lunch is usually a hot meal with fruit as dessert and morning tea and afternoon tea consists of vegie platters, assorted dip, crackers, vegie muffins, scones and cheese toasties just to name a few.
Contact us for more information.
Scribbles and Giggles Child Care Centre @ South Granville, the family owned and operated service that provides long day care for children between the ages of 6 weeks to 6 years are expanding their locations and will be opening our 3rd Centre which will be located in South Granville, with operating hours of Monday to Friday 7.30am to 6.00pm.
Our journey began in 2007 when we opened our doors for the first time to families in the Rydalmere community. In 2014 we had the opportunity to grow the Scribbles and Giggles family to the Lidcombe community and opened our 2nd centre.
The team at Scribbles and Giggles aim to provide a secure and happy environment where children can develop their intellectual, social, emotional, physical skills to become competent and confident individuals. So our parents/guardians, feel safe in the knowledge that their child is receiving the best possible care.
We encourage children to be navigators and active participants in their learning journeys and advocate their rights to contribute to decisions that affect them. This advocacy leads to children displaying autonomy and enabling them to build a strong sense of self.
We aim to provide a support network to families utilising our centre and provide them with knowledge, advice and professional support should this be required.
Our Mission is we believe that all children experience learning that is engaging and builds success for life. Contact us for more information.
Learning Links Some children struggle with emotional and social development which can impact on learning and friendships. Learning Links psychologists work with children and families using evidence-based therapies to address concerns including Anxiety, depression and low self-esteem, poor social skills, ADHD, difficulties making transitions and dealing with family separation and divorce. Our f evidence-based therapies help to build resilience and confidence. Learning Links offers centre-based support provided individually or via group programs. Our team also works closely with early childhood settings and schools to deliver specialist individual and group programs to support children’s social emotional well-being. This can be facilitated by both registered and provisionally registered psychologists, with specialist interventions targeting areas such as anxiety, depression, social skills and interactions and anger management. Contact our friendly Customer Care team on 8525 8222 or visit www.learninglinks.org.au. Our Bella Vista Learning Links centre is located at 6a/7 Meridian Place, Bella Vista.
Nana's Weighted Blankets are attending the Sydney Royal Easter show This year. We are having a stand in the Home and Lifestyle pavilion.
Come and visit us and grab a bargain. http://www.nanasweightedblankets.com.au/ or phone Nana on 0410478810
Just as your baby starts to get older, and you fall into a comfortable routine, it comes time to toilet train. And all of a sudden you find yourself in a spot where you just don't know what to do! Here are some helpful hints to get your prince or princess on the throne.
Pick the right time
Most children aren't ready to use the toilet until they are two or three years' old.
Start preparing your child
It's a good idea to prepare at least a week
Give it a go
It's a good idea to wait until you've got a quiet week at home before starting. Begin first thing in the morning by putting your child in their special underpants, and some old, loose-fitting clothes.
The first few weeks
Toilet training doesn't happen overnight; it might take your child just a few days to get the hang of it, or possibly a few weeks.
Sometimes children need a little extra help.
If you find yourself getting angry, or you feel as though your child is not responding, simply stop. Have a break and try again in a few weeks