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This month we highlight a selection of articles around the theme of 'beginnings'. Great to share with parents in your newsletter, Facebook page, and other communications.

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What a clever baby!
From birth to the age of three, a baby’s brain goes through massive growth, constantly producing new cells and connections that are necessary to help with learning. Use these ideas to help stimulate your baby's brain development.
Mother and toddler
Learning time anytime!
No matter how busy your schedule, it's easy to turn moments with your little one into learning time. These tips show you how.
Mother feeding breakfast to her young children
What makes breakfast so special?
A healthy breakfast can help your little one to learn and grow by providing the energy and nutrients they need to fuel their brain and body. Find out more in this article.
Older baby
Development concerns? Get help early
If your little one has been diagnosed with a disability, or you are concerned about their development, it is important to get help early. Here’s what you need to know.
Preschool girl brushing her teeth
Get me to preschool on time!
Getting your preschooler ready in the morning can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. These five tips will help you both get a great start to the day!
Child care worker and young children doing art
Meeting teachers and carers
If your little one is in child care or preschool, it's important to develop a good relationship with their carer or teacher. These tips will help you get things off to a good start.
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