Neurodiversity is a concept that’s been around for a while. In a nutshell, it means that brain differences are just that: differences. Let’s celebrate neurodiversity and learn to appreciate what makes us unique.
Have a look at some of our favourite resources to inspire learning, creativity and play! Glean from our tips and tricks on a variety of topics – learn a new skill, find out something new, and have some fun with your little ones!
Ignite the imaginations of your young ones with our free Book Week 2021 resources.
Let’s celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander culture this NAIDOC Week.
Brighten somebody’s day this week by sending a handwritten card or letter (rainbow, letterbox emojis). Check out this post for free printable letter writing templates and tip sheets.
World Oceans Day is an international movement on June 8th of every year. Enjoy our free printable activities in this post.
We all want to feel included, accepted and have our voices heard. Here are five wonderful children’s books which explore all different types of families – which book will you read first?
Let’s learn about the traditional custodians of the land we are privileged to live, play, and grow on!
We all have some special women in our lives, show her how much you care about her.
This Earth Day, the theme is “Restore Our Earth”. We have put together some fun activities to teach our little people about being sustainable and kind to the planet. Let’s all do our part to make the Earth a better place for everyone to enjoy!
We have put together a collection of our favorite Easter activities to keep your little people busy learning and playing over the break!