Developmentally, a child will be ready to toilet train from between the ages of 18 months and three years… they’ll probably exhibit signs of readiness, which helps eliminate the guesswork. What is the right age or best time to start toilet training? A child needs to be between the ages of 18 months and three… View Article
Little Learners was recommended to us by our maternal child health nurse 5 years ago. We have been using the service for nearly 5 years now and this year in the 4 year old Kinder program. LittleLearners has been taking my child to fortnightly speech therapy appointments in Mill Park. This has meant that staff are involved in his therapies and have the tools and training to provide specialised speech therapy practice in the centre to my son. It also has given me extra time off from therapy commitments and improved my work-life balance issues. Our speech therapist has noticed a quicker improvement in his speech sinceLittleLearners has also been involved in therapy. My child has always been invited to attend the Centre on our days off whenever there has been any special activities or additional learning opportunity. My experience has been an outstanding Kinder experience this year.
Time In, Not Time Out for 2 Year Olds
Think of a two year old having a tantrum as a runaway train: we don’t stand back and wait for them to crash; we step in to help them pull the handbrake. At around two years old, children start developing new emotions. And they’re some of the big ones: anger, frustration, guilt, embarrassment – really… View Article
Sleep Essentials for 3-5 Year Olds
Between the ages of around three to five, a child’s sleep patterns begin to change as their brains undergo a very significant shift in the organisation and timing of their slumber. As time goes on, they will stop napping, which is a big change of gears. But needing daytime naps less and less as they… View Article