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Term 3 Masterclasses

(July-September 2020)

Tantrums, tears and meltdowns explained

Children under six years of age are realising they are separate individuals from their parents and caregivers. This means they are driven to assert themselves, communicate their likes and dislikes, and act independently. At the same time, they do not understand logic and still have a hard time with waiting and self-control. This is why you hear “no” and “me do it” more than ever before. This class will help you understand why your child is behaving in a certain way and learn how to respond appropriately.


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Term 2 Masterclasses

(April-June 2020)

Schedules vs Routines

Children under 3 have a very strong sense of order and require a certain amount of predictability in their life. In this talk we will discuss how to create a work/toddler/life balance and how this might look with working parents.

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Meaningful Connections

Some of us may be home all day, however it seems that our children still want more. In this talk we will discuss the key ways to create meaningful connections with your child (and others!), so that they keep a 'full bucket'.

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In this talk we will discuss toileting. How to set up your space, how to get yourself mentally prepared, starting and troubleshooting.

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Discover the activities that will keep your child engaged for longer. In this talk we will hone your observations skills, so that you can choose activities that will keep your child engaged. We will also look at the dos and don'ts of playing with your children.

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Children under 3 are 'hands on' learners. This is a great time to introduce art and craft activities, but it can be difficult to know where to start, how to limit the mess and how to help our children be creative. In this talk we will be discussing how our actions can stimulate or stifle your child's creative process.

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