Having a newborn can be quite isolating, especially for those lacking local family support. So, how do you find your village, after having a baby?
Though you read all the books and attend all the classes, can you ever truly be prepared for your first child?
Guiding children through their trauma following the 7.8 magnitude 2016 Kaikoura earthquake inspired an award-winning children’s book.
Tears, clinginess, or tantrums at drop off? Here are some tips to reduce separation anxiety for a positive start to Prep.
Transitioning to high school can be an unsettling time for both child and parent. So, how can we best support them AND ourselves?
Worried your child may be experiencing the ‘summer slide’? Here’s some great tips on how to keep kids engaged over the summer.
As well as offering a treasure trove of books and resources, the humble library card brings with it many surprising lessons.
Feel a bit crazy chatting to your baby bump? Talking to your baby can do wonders for their emergent literacy.
Space can be a tricky topic for kids to grasp! We chat to Kirsten Banks, astronomy educator to find how to get kids excited about space.
Imagination is integral not only for artistic activities, but also for science, maths and social/emotional intelligence.