The Dreaded Goodbye - By guest blogger, Cat Hill

The Dreaded Goodbye - By guest blogger, Cat Hill

Cat Hill is an Early Learning Educator and new Mum from Taranaki. She has been teaching since 2007 and graduated with a bachelor's degree in 2011. She LOVES her career but thinks new job as Sully's Mum is even better!!

Cat is a customer of ours and jumped at the chance to write a blog for us. Grab a cuppa and enjoy her blog about "The dreaded Goodbye"

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How to survive messy play at home

How to survive messy play at home

Yep. Messy play makes mess, and children LOVE mess! But the benefits of getting messy far outweigh the dirty clothes & sticky fingers. We’re here to help. Here are our top tips for actually enjoying messy play with your child at home.

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Playing with rocks

8 boredom busters with rocks

Rocks may seem like boring, dull objects, but don’t let this fool you! Rocks are in fact extremely versatile, are great way to connect with nature and offer endless opportunities for play! All it takes is a little thinking outside the box…

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What are loose parts?

What are loose parts?

Tiffany Ross is a mother to two beautiful children, and with her Master in Education, she has worked in large child care centers, primary schools a...

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Social stages of children's play

We can all agree that there is nothing better than watching your child at play and having fun but you have you ever stopped to think about HOW they play?

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