In my last article, I shared tips for getting your child ready for primary school. But you know who else is getting ready for school? YOU! The parent or carer.
At this time of year, I find myself having the same conversation with families over and over again. Parents always wondering what they can do to help their child get
I have had this topic on my heart for a while and I have finally found the words to share it. A while back we were doing a Facetime call
In my previous two posts I discussed the positives of mess and how it can add value to your child’s play experience. Then I talked about the time where mess
Welcome to Part 2 of my 3 part series on mess. In my previous blog post I spoke about the idea of celebrating mess and it's benefits. Go and check
Welcome to my 3 part series on mess. I will be sharing why mess is not something to be afraid of, when mess is not ok, and ways to encourage
There is no surprise that I am a lover of picture books. I have spent my whole life reading books and marveling at the language and illustrations in them. I get lost
There is no secret here, Australia is burning. Our beautiful country has had its pristine landscape ravaged by fire and much of the eastern side of Victoria and NSW has
As we meet the end of 2019 I have taken the time to reflect on the year gone by and it's many blessings. Not only did we welcome another baby
What is fair? What is equal? Is it the same thing? Well, in the world of education, it isn’t. Equal is when everybody gets the same, regardless of the needs
What are open ended toys? Open ended toys are those that can be used in a variety of ways. Different ways depending on your child’s mood, interests, desires, abilities or
If you're new around here then you may not know how much we love and respect the Montessori approach for learning and life. And if you're not new around here...
In our house we are BIG fans of sensory play. We have been doing sensory play activities since L was a baby. From waving silk scarves along his supple baby
I feel so privileged to have Dr Andrea Bonior contribute to Heads Shoulders Knees this month. Dr Bonior is a mum, a clinical psychologist and a writer. She is a