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​ Here are some creative and different ways to offer encouragement to children to inspire them to continue to ask questions, share their thoughts and
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Many education and care services are looking to create spaces that honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives. In outdoor areas, this can
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  Soak up all of the amazing resources in this summer edition of Embrace. From practical ways to include diverse family types in children's
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For over two years, we’ve grappled with the challenges of living through a pandemic. Even as we edge closer towards normality, we’re still seeing
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What do partnerships with families look, feel and sound like in your children’s service? Here are Senior Inclusion Professional Michelle Boudrie’s top 7
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Your children’s service needs support ensuring all children can actively and meaningfully participate in your program. You’ve been told you could contact
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Play is often called ‘children’s work’. Considering the number of complex skills children have to use to enter and maintain play, it really is hard work.
We all know how important it is to teach children self-reg – it’s a formative skill that will support their social, emotional and physical wellbeing now
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Our children have the right to learn the full history of Australia and deserve to be able to engage in learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait
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Teach children about the intimate connection between First Nations Australians and the natural world with this fun take on hopscotch.  This activity
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Inclusion Professional Letishia Cole explores the many ways this unique service type can support confidence building and a sense of belonging for all
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Is your service struggling with burnout and supporting challenging behaviours due to lockdowns and changing restrictions? Keep reading to find out how