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Strong teeth are key to children’s good health through childhood and into adulthood. Start them off with healthy teeth right from the start with our expert tips from Casuarina Dental Family and Holistic Care.  More than a third of all children have some tooth decay by the time they start school, according to the Australian...

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It’s never too early to begin learning a language: it’s fun, it promotes healthy development, and the many cognitive and social benefits will last a lifetime.  Younger learners are also uninhibited by the fear of making mistakes, which is sometimes an obstacle for older beginners. Learn to sing Twinkle Twinkle little star in Japanese with...

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Chilli Con Carne is one of the children’s absolute favourite dishes and its full of healthy vegetables and beans.  Chef Clare takes us step by step through her recipe so you can make it for your little ones at home. Ingredients to feed a family of 4: 2 x Onions (chopped) 1 x Capsicum (chopped)...

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Childcare is not just about finding a babysitter for your child when it is time to go back to work.  Whether you need care or not, all children benefit from an early childhood education.  At Kool Beanz Academy we recognise years of research, leading to statistics acknowledging benefits of a child’s education through their early...

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Miss Kazu teaches Japanese in a fun and engaging way encouraging the children to sing songs to help learn. It’s never too early to begin learning a language: it’s fun, it promotes healthy development, and the many cognitive and social benefits will last a lifetime. Sing along with Miss Kazu at home; you will find...

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Following on from our NAIDOC Week celebrations last month our Byron Bay centre were lucky enough to have a visit from the Kids Caring for Country Dance Group.  Educator Charrie Elphick-Pearce and her five children have been part of the group since it began. “It’s good to see the kids experiencing their culture,” she said....

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Children learn more during their early years than at any other time in their life. We love inspiring young minds, encouraging them to explore the world around them and learn about themselves through interactive play with others. The year before a child starts school is an important time for us to secure the foundations for...

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In recognition of the importance of NAIDOC week Konstantina, an emerging contemporary Aboriginal artist and parent to one of our little beanz, came to visit our Mullumbimby centre for storytime. Kate’s work re-imagines the traditions of her peoples’ dot painters and provides a modern narrative for all Australians to better understand First Nations People as...

Yoga

Nothing is more important than children’s health and happiness.  Yoga provides all the vital foundations for physical, mental and emotional development. It’s also a fun activity for kids! Miss Karen visits our centre’s every week to practice yoga with our Kool Kids.  She has developed a program which allows you to practice what you learn...

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Learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask.  Miss Kazu is passionate about early childhood development and teaches the children about Japanese culture by using music and short film clips allowing them to learn the language through sounds rather than individual words....