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What You Need To Know About Your Child’s Car Seat

Driving in the car is something we do so often, we rarely reflect on the potential consequences if something goes wrong. But before you push it to the back of your mind, take a moment to stop and make sure each trip your child takes is as safe as possible. This starts with your car seat.

It’s World Immunisation Week, Is Your Child Up-to-Date?

World Health Organisation’s (WHO’s) World Immunisation Week is as good a time as any to be reminded of the importance of making sure you and your children receive vaccines on time.

How Can I Help My Toddler to Talk?

That moment when your child utters that first word is a memorable one and parents are often keen to make sure they do everything they can to help their kids as they develop from babies to toddlers. Here are some tips to help

What Is a School-Readiness Program?

While a term like “School Readiness Program” seems fairly self-explanatory, it’s still helpful to understand exactly what it means for your child.

What Do I Need To Pack For Childcare?

Unsure of what your child needs to bring? Read on and find out what they need

How To Make Travelling With Kids Easier

While it’s fun to relax and explore new places, travelling with children can sometimes feel like a lot of work.
If you are planning a holiday this summer, here are some tips that might mean you get a moment or two of extra relaxation.

Getting Your Preschooler Ready For Big School

Lunch can provide kids with a third of their nutrients for the day, so it’s important to ensure that they are getting a well-balanced meal.

It’s Lunchbox Time

Lunch can provide kids with a third of their nutrients for the day, so it’s important to ensure that they are getting a well-balanced meal.

Why Grandparents Are So Important

It may not have all the chocolate advertising of Mother’s Day or the socks of Father’s Day, but this Sunday marks Grandparents Day, a time to honour another key member of a child’s family

Healthy Drinks make for Healthy Kids

It’s really important that children get enough water. It helps them digest their food, absorb nutrients and ahem, get rid of waste.

All About Allergies

“Every other kid seems to be allergic to something these days” No doubt, you’ve heard someone say something along these lines. Perhaps you’ve even said it.

Keeping Children Safe is Everyone’s Responsibility

This week is National Child Protection Week and Caring 4 Kids will be participating in activities related to the campaign. We’re asking the children to dress in white this Friday.

A Beginner’s Guide to Introducing Solids Without Tears

One of the most exciting milestones for your child is when they start experimenting with food. As with all stages of your development, it can also come with a bit of trepidation.

Yes, You Can Breastfeed Here: Know Your Rights

It seems every other week a story hits the news about a mother being told to stop or otherwise being “shamed” for publicly breastfeeding her child.

Why Soccer is Great for Preschoolers

With about 3.5 billion fans, soccer (or football, if you prefer) is the most popular sport in the world. One of the things that makes it so popular is that all your need is a ball and a couple of teammates to get started.

Want a Confident Kid? Get Them a Bike

Not only is riding a bike a great way physical activity for kids, it’s also useful for the development of motor, spatial and practical coping skills, helping kids develop independence, responsibility, and a sense of identity, building confidence and social skills, and helping them to get a sense of their neighbourhood.

Why Your Child Needs More Free Play

Sometimes you’ll see the children sitting quietly, perhaps listening to a story or taking turns to guess what another child has brought in for Letter of the Week. At other times, especially when they are outside, it can seem like barely organised chaos with children running in a million different directions.

Now is the time for your child to be active and eat well

The figures on childhood obesity are chilling. Between 1985 and 1995 the number of children in Australia who were overweight doubled and the obesity rate tripled.

Mothers Day Photo Booth at Caring 4 Kids Broadway

Caring 4 kids broadway had a fantastic mother’s day afternoon tea at the centre.

Cherrybrook learns French

As part of our external programmes the children at Caring 4 Kids Cherrybrook are excited each week to learn french.

7 Myths About Daycare and Why You Don’t Have To Worry

When it comes to parenting, it can be hard to draw without someone piping up to “helpfully” tell you how You Are Doing It Wrong.

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