The childrens book Maybe Tomorrow? explores the themes of loss, grief, and the value of a caring friend in a gentle and sensitive way. It will resonate with anyone who has experienced hardship or grief, from the death of a loved one or a pet, to a friend moving away, or the transition to a new home or family situation.
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More than just a chance to have fun, play is serious business when it comes to a child’s development. Card games and board games can help teach your little ones academic, social, and emotional skills that they will carry with them throughout the rest of their lives.
Every year on October 11th, the world is called to recognise the challenges that girls face and their potential to bring about change. Here is a list of 5 girls whose stories need to be heard.
Toowoomba Pyjama Angel Nola has been visiting her Pyjama Child since she was six years old. We are so proud to be recognising her exceptional efforts by awarding her as our Toowoomba Pyjama Angel of The Year.
Novelist, poet, screen writer and builder of imaginative lands, Roald Dahl is one of the worlds most celebrated authors- for both children and adults. Here are some free printable resources that will expand your imagination.
At the end of another successful National Child Protection Week, we once again honour everyone involved in giving their time and emotion to this incredibly important initiative.
Developing the right mindset early on is crucial for a successful, happy life. Here are five wonderful children’s books which encourage a growth mindset – which book will you read first?
Introducing our new Head of Partnerships, Kirsten! Kirsten has joined our team in head office and we are just a tad excited. Click to learn more about the wonderful Kirsten!
National Science Week is Australia’s annual celebration of science and technology. View resources and information on Science Week here!
Whether you are currently in lockdown or not, the last 18 months have been a rocky ride. Our self-care tips and resources are perfect for anyone, anywhere.