30th July 2018

Childcare News Round-up: July

Guardian early learning July

The new Child Care Subsidy has rolled in, many of us got on board with Plastic Free July (how well did your household go?) and NAIDOC Week was celebrated at our centres. See what happened in July in the world of early learning.

Plastic Free July has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue being single use plastics conscious. Read what some of our centres got up to this month.

Care for Kids offers some advice in choosing some great educational apps for your child.

With many of us living in apartments, siblings sharing rooms is becoming more commonplace. Here are some tips if your baby is sharing a bedroom with an older sibling.

School readiness is a key focus at Guardian, but what does it look like? This is what our Queen Street centre’s program does.

Five things schools should know about early years education.

Looking to ditch the dummy? Raising Children has some great tips to help your child give up the dummy.

This is what one of our CBD early learning centres did for NAIDOC Week.

Learning languages at an early age is key to making Australia multilingual. Many Guardian centres hold language classes for their children.

Help your child to change activities with minimal fuss with these handy tips.

Commuting with hungry children? Here are some healthy and handy snacks as recommended by a dietitian.

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