Teenie Weenies Early Learning Centre is a privately, family owned and run place childcare centre by the Sister and Brother team of Marie and Chris. Marie having a Child Care background and Chris’ catering background and love for food and cooking has had Teenie Weenies operating in the community since opening their doors in late 2010.
Teenie Weenies work towards meeting and exceeding all requirements and acknowledges the importance of play and learning in an early childhood environment. We are a small 29 place service with a close knit team who are dedicated, highly skilled and motivated educators. We offer home cooked meals to our children throughout the day as well as for parents to purchase and make life that little bit easier when you get home and have a meal ready to go.
Teenie Weenies is licensed to accept children from 2 to 5 years of age, a maximum of 29 children per day. Contact us for more information.
Nana's Weighted Blankets
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- Weighted Blankets
- Weighted Toys
- Weighted Vests
- Zippy Sheets
- Sensory tools and much more!
Contact us to see our full range www.nanasweightedblankets.com.au
Canterbury Bankstown Children's Services provides care and education programs for children aged 0 - 5 years. We provide a comprehensive range of childcare services to the community offering long day care; family day care; occasional care; OSHC and vacation care.
Leading the way in child care, we are committed to high quality care throughout our City with a focus on excellence in Early Childhood Education.
Use these links to find out more:
Little Feats OOSHC
Coming to Little Feats OOSHC in 2019 – Extracurricular Activities
- Tutoring - Literacy & Mathematics (Including NAPLAN)
- Hip Hop Dancing
Note: Families are first required to ENROL their children with Little Feats OOSHC in order to book any of the extracurricular activities.
December/January Vacation Care programs https://littlefeats.com.au/events/
New Enrolments welcome –https://littlefeats.com.au/how-to-enrol/
Little Einstein's Academy is dedicated in providing quality Early Education to children in a nurturing and safe environment to enhance children’s learning and wellbeing. We provide Education and care to babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers aged 6 weeks - 5 years, Monday -Friday 7.30am – 6.00pm.
We at Little Einstein’s Academy work on the philosophy of ‘Every Child is a Genius’. We believe that all children have a right to the best start in life in order to thrive and develop to their full potential. We honour their sense of wonder, encourage their curiosity, and support their interests and views about the world.
Our programs are designed to nurture each child’s natural love of learning through an environment that encourages discovery, exploration, inquiry, experimentation, curiosity and creative thinking. We aim to equip your child with all the skills and abilities that they will need moving forward, forming a strong foundation from which to grow and give your child a successful start in school. Our highly professional and compassionate educators cater for the individual needs of every child and their families and emphasise on exploring the variety of learning techniques to ensure that every child excels to their full potential.
We are now accepting registrations and enrolments for babies aged 6 weeks – 2years to start in 2019 with limited places available.
Please contact us on (02) 8722 0488 or email us for child enrolments and bookings.
Are you concerned about your child’s progress at school?
Learning Links provides a range of assessments to determine your child’s learning strengths, their preferred learning style and individual needs - an important first step in understanding how best to help them. A comprehensive written report will be provided and discussed with you after the assessment, outlining the results and recommendations to help your child. Call Learning Links on 8525 8222 to find out how we can help best support your child educational journey. You can also find out more by visiting www.learninglinks.org.au. Learning Links Centres located in Peakhurst, Liverpool, Bella Vista and Maroubra.
First Aid For You We would love to let the centres to know we have launched First Aid For You TV - were KIDS teach KIDS the importance of first aid. Our first episode is on Basic CPR and we hope this will be a great way for our 'First Aid Super Heroes' to remember the skills they have been taught please WATCH and SHARE at - https://youtu.be/Opfuyz0aHWA
Visit our website to book your incursion for our First Aid For 'PreSchool' Kids Workshop For only $10/ child they will learn the important skills that could save a life.
Australian Music Schools Fantastic music classes for 2 year olds to adults!
Enrolling now for term 1 www.australianmusicschools.com.au
Sensory Tools Australia The Traffic Jam In My Brain. Live Workshop 2019 REGISTER HERE. A Sensory Processing Approach to Challenges Associated with Autism, ADHD, Learning and Behavioural Differences.
Presented by international speaker and songwriter Genevieve Jereb O.T., "The Traffic Jam In My Brain” is a fun, informative and interactive seminar designed for parents, therapists and other professionals. You will gain understanding of the basics of sensory processing and learn "ready-to-use" strategies to support learning, attention, social and emotional relationships and behaviour in children.
This workshop gives you a set of dynamic, practical tools incorporating:
• Play & Movement
Who Should Attend? Parents, Educators, Care Givers, Pre-School Teachers, Child Care Workers, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Physicians, Paediatricians and other Professionals who work with children
Group Discounts Apply 5 or more participants 10% . 10 or more Participants 20% off Please email Early Bird Rate $219 (Up to one month before your conference) Full Rate $245
1. Slip on sun protective clothing
Choose clothing that:
- covers as much skin as possible eg. shirts with long sleeves and high necks/collars
- is made from close weave materials such as cotton, polyester/cotton and linen
- if used for swimming, is made from materials such as lycra, which stays sun protective when wet
2. Slop on SPF 30+ sunscreen
Make sure your sunscreen is broad spectrum and water-resistant. Don’t use sunscreen to increase the amount of time you spend in the sun and always use with other forms of protection too. Apply sunscreen liberally to clean, dry skin at least 20 minutes before you go outside and reapply every two hours.
3. Slap on a hat
A broad-brimmed, legionnaire or bucket style hat provides good protection for the face, nose, neck and ears, which are common sites for skin cancers. Caps and visors do not provide enough protection. Choose a hat made with closely woven fabric – if you can see through it, UV radiation will get through. Hats may not protect you from reflected UV radiation, so also wear sunglasses and sunscreen.
4. Seek shade
Staying in the shade is an effective way to reduce sun exposure. Use trees or built shade structures, or bring your own! Whatever you use for shade, make sure it casts a dark shadow and use other protection (such as clothing, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen) to avoid reflected UV radiation from nearby surfaces.
5. Slide on some sunglasses
Sunglasses and a broad-brimmed hat worn together can reduce UV radiation exposure to the eyes by up to 98 per cent. Sunglasses should be worn outside during daylight hours. Choose close-fitting wrap-around sunglasses that meet the Australian Standard AS 1067. Sunglasses are as important for children as they are for adults.
Be UV aware
Be extra cautious in the middle of the day when UV levels are most intense.
The UV Index tells you the time period in which you need to be SunSmart. It is on the weather page of most daily newspapers and on the Bureau of Meteorology website: www.bom.gov.au/weather/uv
Check skin regularly and see a doctor if you notice any unusual skin changes. If you have a lesion that doesn’t heal, or a mole that has suddenly appeared, changed in size, thickness, shape, colour or has started to bleed, see your doctor immediately. Treatment is more likely to be successful if skin cancer is discovered early.
For further information, go to www.cancercouncil.com.au.