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Babies and young children are learning through every experience, every day.
There are so many ways to make your child’s early years count.
Young children's brains are developing at a rapid rate, building the foundations for all future learning later in life. Providing a supportive and caring environment with everyday learning opportunities makes the early years count.
Share in stories from communities, families and our Elders. We all play a part in making the early years count for our little ones, for their big learning life.
Information for families to access early childhood education and care services, promote learning in the home and transition to school. Encouraging families to promote cultural identity and language to develop multicultural early childhood communities.
Get your kids involved in these games and activities. From building obstacle courses and garden projects outdoors, to recipes for making paint and playdough at home, there are lots of ways to support your child's learning through play.
By working together, families, kindy teachers and school staff can all support children as they transition from home to kindy to school.
Watch this video to learn more about transition statements.
What is the transition statement parent/carer consent form, and what does it mean for my child?