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theconversation.com

Don't be afraid to pass your first language, and accent, to your kids. It could be their superpower

Holding onto your first language ❤️

theconversation.com Many migrant parents are hesitant to pass their language accent onto their children. They fear this may lead them to experience discrimination. But speaking two languages has many advantages.

Mark McGowan

First we froze TAFE fees.

Then we slashed them.

And now we're doubling down: no TAFE fees will go up between now and 2025.

That's my guarantee.

PerthNow

Look out for the upcoming weather... ☀️

SUMMER IS COMING. 🌞 🌞

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Blossom

Something to try at home 😍

I'm not a magician, but I know my way around clever tricks!

R U Ok?

It’s important to make time to ask “are you OK?” By giving someone your time and the opportunity to share what they’re feeling, you’re giving
that person something invaluable. May you make the most of today, may you trust those who love you! Life can be tough especially post COVID19, please know that you are not alone and each one of us are at different stages of life.

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ACECQA

Toilet training can be a challenging time for families. Share this StartingBlocks.gov.au resource to help support them https://bit.ly/2YA5fMB

ACECQA

This resource from StartingBlocks.gov.au talks about the many reasons it’s important to read with preschoolers. Share it with your families and communities. https://bit.ly/3gXMvOa

Extracted straight from calm.the.chaos_

Limited speech and language can hugely impact behaviour. After all, behaviour is communication.
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Children behave in certain ways to communicate their wants, needs, and feelings. So with limited speech and language we often see challenging behaviours.
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Effective functional communication doesn’t just mean being able to say words. It also means being able to ask a question, engage in conversations, articulate feelings, speak in sentence form, understand instructions (receptive language) and use the correct vocabulary.
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Even though you may understand your child’s speech as their parent, it’s important to consider whether others can understand your child too.
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Remember, children develop language differently so try not to compare to others. It is important however to trust professionals like your child’s educators if they have any concerns. Or if you have a gut feeling that something might not be quite right with your child’s language development it’s important to seek help from a speech therapist.
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We are so lucky to have so many great speech and language therapists available to us and there is certainly no shame in seeking their help. The earlier the intervention the more effective therapy will be and more success your child will have with their developing speech and language.
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If you live in the Sutherland shire area here some wonderful speech therapists that we recommend: @shiretherapygroup @becjade81 @learngrowspeech

Limited speech and language can hugely impact behaviour. After all, behaviour is communication.
.
Children behave in certain ways to communicate their wants, needs, and feelings. So with limited speech and language we often see challenging behaviours.
.
Effective functional communication doesn’t just mean being able to say words. It also means being able to ask a question, engage in conversations, articulate feelings, speak in sentence form, understand instructions (receptive language) and use the correct vocabulary.
.
Even though you may understand your child’s speech as their parent, it’s important to consider whether others can understand your child too.
.
Remember, children develop language differently so try not to compare to others. It is important however to trust professionals like your child’s educators if they have any concerns. Or if you have a gut feeling that something might not be quite right with your child’s language development it’s important to seek help from a speech therapist.
.
We are so lucky to have so many great speech and language therapists available to us and there is certainly no shame in seeking their help. The earlier the intervention the more effective therapy will be and more success your child will have with their developing speech and language.
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If you live in the Sutherland shire area here some wonderful speech therapists that we recommend: @shiretherapygroup @becjade81 @learngrowspeech

Mum Central

If you and your child are beginning your childcare journey, you’ll find StartingBlocks.gov.au invaluable. It provides information on all approved services across Australia. The Find Child Care tool shows open services in your area and their National Quality Standard (NQS) ratings.

StartingBlocks.gov.au

Whether your child is attending child care or not, it is important they’re given all the nutrients their bodies need to grow, and to develop and reach their physical and mental potential.
This article has tips for providing healthy food for children, and encouraging your child to understand healthy food.

Reader's Digest

Set them up for success with these manners 👏🏼

Reader's Digest

Set them up for success with these manners 👏🏼

Smart Parenting

A resilient child will grow up to be a resilient adult who knows how to recover from even the toughest disappointments instead of simply wallowing in them. 🙂

beyondblue.org.au

Building resilience in children aged 0–12: A practice guide

beyondblue.org.au Get the guide

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Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond

Research shows that when we shame, blame, and guilt children into kindness, or, quite the opposite when we dangle carrots (aka external rewards) for caring, children begin to view kindness as a chore rather than a choice.

WA Government

👩🏻‍🏫 School restrictions have now been lifted! Parents, carers and visitors are allowed inside schools for meetings, to drop off and pick up students, subject to physical distancing and hygiene measures.

Events and activities such as assemblies, excursions, school camps, in-term swimming classes, school choirs, student work placements, sports training, games, and interschool activities and examinations can now resume as per community guidelines for the number of people per indoor and outdoor space.

Canteens can now provide a dine-in service for up to 100 people, and school libraries can allow 100 people in a shared space or up to 300 people if the facility includes multiple divided spaces.

📚 To find out more visit https://www.education.wa.edu.au/term-2-schooling-arrangements

The Sector

Common illnesses in ECEC...

While some of the ten will come as no surprise, we thought this data, about the most common illnesses in ECEC settings was interesting, especially as we head into winter.

Thanks KindyNow App for sharing your data with us.

http://ow.ly/f4yX50zZqBy

thesector.com.au

PM says announcement on ECEC arrangements coming “in not too distant future”

Waiting on the updated news...

thesector.com.au Prime Minister Scott Morrison has indicated that the Government will be in a position to make further announcements on the next steps for the early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector’s current and future funding arrangements “in the not too distant future.”

dl.bookfunnel.com

Download Mindful Matters Activity Book for Kids

🧘🏽‍♂️🧘🏻‍♀️ Free Resource for Primary Age children on mindfulness 🧘🏻‍♀️🧘🏽‍♂️

dl.bookfunnel.com This activity book helps children ages 4-7 learn about mindfulness and have fun at the same time. They will be able to think about how they feel while having fun with drawing, mazes, coloring, spot the difference challenge, and more! In this book you will find: Important social/emotional learning co...

Positive Parenting Solutions

Do you know what TRIGGERS your grown-up tantrums?

You may not, but your child probably KNOWS. They pull your strings to get the attention they crave and a dose of POWER. But you can learn how to POSITIVELY fill those needs AND reinforce the behavior you want.

Join my FREE 1-hour webinar to learn WHY your kids act the way that they do. You'll also get the NO-yelling formula for consequences and much more!

Community Child Care Association

For 8 beautiful Australian picture books that celebrate diversity, visit bit.ly/diverseAustralianpicturebooks 📙📘📗📔📕

(Image via South Bay Mommy and Me)

Lisa Damour, Ph.D.

Those of us with tweens and teens should anticipate some meltdowns in the coming days as worn thin kids get unwelcome news about their summer plans. Here's a bookmark I developed pre-COVID that might come in handy as we help our kids through this very hard time.

You can also find a free downloadable PDF version in both English and Spanish at https://www.drlisadamour.com/resources/

Community Child Care Association

Did you know that babies notice differences in eye shape, hair texture and skin colour?

Inclusion starts in the home ❤️ Parents, teachers and educators don’t have to wait for children to ask questions. We can be proactive and help them to build a positive awareness of diversity from an early age.

👂 Listen to this 20-minute podcast to confidently handle conversations about intolerance, diversity and inclusion with children.

Childhood 101

It's ultimately the tiny moments of everyday ritual that make the biggest difference to the depth of the connection we have with our kids.

Maggie Dent

My latest blog. Grab a cuppa it's another long read..

"How schools navigate these uncertain months ahead will be so important for the whole school community, and it will be a huge determining factor as to how children cope long term."

Mark McGowan

We've all had to make sacrifices for the fight against the pandemic.

Even our youngest West Aussies have had to do their bit - and giving up playgrounds was no small thing.

As every parent would know, this has not been easy.

So I'm absolutely delighted that we've been able to deliver some good news for WA kids this week:

Playgrounds, skate parks and outdoor gym equipment in public places across Western Australia can reopen for use on Saturday 6 June.

Now to cross our fingers for a lovely, sunny day next Saturday🤞

Yarn Strong Sista

Sharing from my friend Norma Jean Eppinger who I met at Pacific Oaks College 25 years ago when I was a student Learning Anti Bias Curriculum which was developed by Louise Derman-Sparks & Elizabeth Jones.

There are excellent resource links within the article that give us an International perspective.

Mark McGowan

We've just announced the details of Phase 3 of our roadmap for the easing of restrictions, with significant changes coming into effect on Saturday 6 June.

As part of our carefully planned roadmap, Western Australia is now ready to take the next step.

This next step will be significant, and it will be challenging.

Before I detail the changes, I will say this - WA’s success allows us to move ahead and take significant steps, BUT we all must continue to act responsibly, that means good physical distancing where possible and good personal hygiene.

Because if we have an uncontrolled outbreak, I don’t want to have to place restrictions back on.

We cannot afford to undo all our good work.

Phase 3 will be introduced from next Saturday, thanks to the success in limiting community transmission in WA during Phase 2, and on the advice of our Chief Health Officer and State Emergency Coordinator.

As part of Phase 3, the follow changes will occur:

- Non-work indoor and outdoor gatherings of up to 100 people will be allowed, a five-fold increase from the current 20-person limit.

- Up to 300 people will be allowed in some settings, including for indoor or outdoor venues with multiple, divided spaces, with up to 100 people in each space.

- All food businesses and licensed premises can now operate with seated service only, and alcohol may now be served without a meal at licensed premises.

- All beauty therapy and personal care services can reopen, including saunas and wellness centres.

- Galleries, museums, theatres, auditoriums, cinemas and concert venues can reopen – with the 100/300 rule followed.

- Perth Zoo will open, as can wildlife parks, amusement parks, arcades and indoor play centres.

- Playgrounds, skate parks and outdoor gym equipment can reopen.

- Gyms, health clubs, indoor sports centres will be able to offer the normal range of activities, including use of all gym equipment. However, Gyms will need to be staffed at all times and undertake regular cleaning.

- Full contact sport and training will now be permitted in Western Australia. This will mean from next weekend, people of all ages will be able to start competitive contact sports.

- Parents and guardians will be able to enter school grounds to drop off or pick up their children as part of Phase 3.

- TABs are permitted to reopen. The Chief Health Officer will separately work with Crown Casino on how the gaming floor could reopen in the future.

These are all major steps forward for Western Australia.

Phase 3 will be a big leap – but it’s one we can make under the watchful eye of our expert health advisors.

The four square metre rule was introduced in line with health advice.

I know it’s a rule that is hurting businesses.

I’ve been out for dinner in Rockingham and seen tables and chairs stacked up, because the four square metre rule is limiting the number of people that can be in some venues.

As was always going to be the case in Phase 2, the four square metre rule prevented a large number of businesses from opening.

As we now increase the limit on gatherings to 100, I wanted to make sure we closely assess this rule.

Our Chief Health Officer has now advised, that due to WA’s hard border with the east remaining in place, Western Australia is now in a position to move ahead of the national advice.

As part of Phase 3, Western Australia will be the first State in the nation to remove the rule and instead implement a two square metre per person capacity rule for venues.

This will replace the four square metre rule, which is the current national position.

This is an important and substantial move forward our State, and I hope it means many more businesses will be able to open and employ more Western Australians.

I know it’s still not perfect, but we are now able to move ahead of the rest of the nation.

In addition, as part of Phase 3, Rottnest Island will reopen to the WA general public.

Rottnest has served us well as our own quarantine island during this crisis.

We can only make these changes because of the hard work of everyone across our State.

But in particular – our hard border controls give us the flexibility to progress further along on roadmap.

Once again, WA has led the way, and I hope our performance can continue to lay the path forward for the other States.

Now is the time for Western Australians to wander our great State and support local businesses.

Just like Phase 2, we will carefully monitor the introduction of Phase 3 and its impact in our community.

Together, as part of a rigorous consultation process involving the Chief Health Officer and Police Commissioner, we will closely assess Phase 3.

We will then work towards further restrictions being eased as part of Phase 4 in coming weeks.

This will predominantly be focused on even larger gatherings, the new two square metre rule and some of the other existing restrictions.

A time for Phase 4 introduction will be determined in the future, but it will follow the approach we have taken between earlier phases.

BBC Family & Education News

This is why we have what we have at the Centre 😉

Remember the nursery that went toy-free for a month? Well, this is how it went down with the children! 📦❓

👉 https://bbc.in/2U76dhG

Fantastic Fun and Learning

"My colleagues and I recently demonstrated that nap-deprived preschoolers not only showed more negative emotions, but paid closer attention to the emotions around them than rested children did."

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Watch out for upcoming storm this weekend...

Now is the time to get your property ready - especially if you're heading away for the weekend.

🌬️☔ The system is expected to bring gusty winds and rain, so remove or secure any loose items around your yard or balcony, clean your gutters, trim tree branches and importantly - tie down your trampolines!

🔦 Make sure you've got an emergency kit and be prepared in case of power outages.

🔥 Delay any planned burns or make sure they are fully extinguished before the weekend.

⚠️ Check the latest warnings from the Bureau of Meteorology here: https://bit.ly/3e6e8lG

ℹ️ Get advice from Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA here: https://bit.ly/2WP3gCX

⛑️ Don't know what you should have in your emergency kit? We've got a handy checklist here: https://ab.co/2WPFFlG

📻 Tune in to ABC Radio for updates. Find your local radio frequency here: https://ab.co/3cQ3fV9 or listen online or on the ABC Listen app.

Read more on the weather system from ABC News: https://ab.co/2ToDUKf

Welcome to Mirabilia Early Learning Education Centre & Kindergarten!

Mirabilia offers educational and care services that caters for children age 6 weeks to 12 years old. These services include Long Day Care, Flexi Care, Before and After School Hours Care and Vacation Care.

Our purpose built centre has been designed to provoke children’s imagination and engage curious minds to support their development. Our learning spaces are open, airy, bright and clean, and designed around children’s needs, interests, strengths and their development.

At Mirabilia, we believe that children are miracles hence should be celebrated, nurtured with love and care. We recognise and respect children’s current skills, knowledge, development and growing talents. We partnership with passionate experienced educators and children’s families in facilitating learning experiences to maximise children’s potentials and build up their confidence in becoming positive successful learners.

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