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Children come into contact with many other children and adults in an early education and care service environment, which can result in the contracting of infectious illnesses. Quality standards require these services to put specific strategies into action to minimise the spread of infectious illnesses. Remember:¬†While every reasonable effort is taken to minimise the spread of illness, it is not […]
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Safety at home has always been a major concern with families, especially when both parents are in the workforce, and technology makes our lives incredibly transparent. Having safety expectations with your child should start at a young age and should be reinforced through on-going conversations and role modelling. There is no wrong time to start teaching children about safety, potential […]
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BUILD FINE MOTOR CO-ORDINATION Cutting allows a child to build up the little muscles in their hands with the open and close motion. These muscles are so important for writing, painting, and doing every day things like brushing your teeth, eating with utensils, and getting dressed. DEVELOP HAND-EYE CO-ORDINATION Cutting requires children to use their eyes and hands in unison […]
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