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Mirrors for Babies

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

Mirrors are a great way to help babies explore. They may even reach out to touch the “baby” in the mirror. Eventually, they will learn they are seeing their own face and start to recognize their reflection. While looking in the mirror with your baby, you can use this chance to help develop their vocabulary!

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Action plan for a medical emergencies

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

To ensure immediate action and appropriate procedures are undertaken in a medical, dental emergency or accident when contacting an ambulance,please have knowledge of the following :  Assess the injury or illness, the severity and degree of urgency, administer first aid or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) as appropriate, call for an ambulance dial 000.  Provide the following information: - your name, the name of the centre, address and phone number, Whether an ambulance, police or fire brigade is required, The name of the ill or injured person, Whether they are an infant, child or an adult, The name of the next of...

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Visitors Press door bell

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

Do you have the door locked for safety? Create a professional first impression with our new metal Door Bell sign.  Complete with 4 drill holes this sign will last forever outdoors and creates a professional look and lets visitors know that their visit is important to you.  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au

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OUTDOOR PLAY BENEFITS IN WINTER

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OUTDOOR PLAY BENEFITS IN WINTER www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au  During the warm spring and summer months, it seems natural to allow children to play outside. When winter comes along, parents may be more hesitant to send children outside. However, there are plenty of ways to make sure children stay safe and healthy outside in the winter and there are health benefits that accompany this outdoor playtime.  1. Children Can Escape Indoor Germs, Bacteria It is impossible to shield children completely from all viruses or bacteria that can make them ill, especially in the winter when they are more prevalent. However, allowing children to come...

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Teaching young children about recycling

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Recycling is such an important thing to educate children about from a young age as they will develop life long sustainability habits. PDF Education Supplies has a large range of resources to assist with your Sustainability practices  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au EYLF 2:4 Children become socially responsible and show respect for the environment 3.3 The service takes an active role in caring for its environment and contributes to a sustainable future Ways to encourage children to be active in Recycling 1. Set a Green Example Let’s face it – it’s going to be a waste of time teaching your kids to participate in...

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