Welcome to ABC Preschool Academy
- Ages 2-6
- Open 7.00am to 6.00pm
- All meals provided
- Close to local primary and high school
- Nappies provided and assistance with toilet training
- comprehensive school readiness program
- Friendly-like atmosphere with friendly staff
- Curriculum based on Early Years Learning Framework
First 4 weeks free when you mention Camden Macarthur Local Child Care * conditions apply
for more information about waitlist/enrolments.
Young Academics Early Learning Centre Smeaton Grange strives to meet the needs of families in our community. We welcome all families to our centre and aim to provide an environment that is an extension of their homes. We believe parents are children’s first and most important educators and that working in partnership with families is crucial. When families and early childhood educators work together the results have a positive impact on children’s learning and development, enhancing their well-being and learning achievement.
Young Academics Smeaton Grange will become part of our centre family in March 2014. Our educators will be committed to building warm, respectful, responsive relationships with the children, building upon the diverse cultural backgrounds of each child whilst promoting each child’s sense of identity. We are committed to equity and believe in all children’s capabilities to succeed. We offer children the freedom to explore and discover through play based learning whilst providing programs that aim to enrich their learning through planned experiences and programs. Our facilities and resources are purpose built to accommodate and promote all children’s development and learning.
Our centre caters for children from birth to 6 years, we will provide three age appropriate playrooms, with each room well resourced with materials to suit the developmental level and competence of the age group to which it caters. Our rooms are known as: 0-2 years - Turtles; 2-3 years- Dolphins and 3-6 years Starfish
For more information on vacancies and how to enrol contact us
First Aid For You was officially launched at the 2010 Baby and Toddler Expo in Sydney, with resounding success. The courses offered by First Aid For You include; First Aid For Families, Apply First Aid (Certificated), Asthma & Anaphylaxis, CPR, Fundraising and our ever popular - Baby Shower First Aid Course. We come to your home, workplace, playgroup - wherever - at a time to suit you!
Special Offer - Book a 2 hour “First Aid For Families” Course with a minimum 6 paying adults and Mums, Grandma’s, Godmother’s & female carers can attend FREE. Simply make a booking by 31/07/2014 for a course to be conducted before
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Those pants you’re wearing feeling uncomfortable only 16 weeks and already busting out?
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Pencil Grips Plus
For the month of April Pencil Grips Plus is offering 20% discount of our range of sensory motor products. These products include the Textured Pop Beads, Snap Bags, Balance Cushion, Gripable Cutlery, and Gross Motor Play Pack.
Just email email@example.com with your order.
Visit www.pencilgripsplus.com.au and like us on Facebook
Itty Bitty Ballet has now expanded their dance classes to the Macarthur region and term 2 enrolments are now open! The classes will be held on a Wednesday morning at Narellan. Get in quick as places are limited.
Itty Bitty Ballet is an enjoyable and imaginative preschool dance school ages 17 months to 6 years old. Itty Bitty Ballet is a unique preschool ballet program that introduces little ballerinas to classical ballet as well as encouraging imagination, creativity and expression.
If you would like to enrol your ballerina in preschool ballet please go to our website www.ittybittyballet.com.au
Sensory Tools Australia presents World-Renowned POWER WORKSHOPS in 2014! Fantastic opportunities for professionals to gain CPD points and for parents to learn more about what is making their child tick. Online registration now open!
How Does Your Engine Run?® The Alert Program® For Self-Regulation MAY 2014 Download Brochure here.
Sensory Defensiveness: A Comprehensive Treatment Approach presented by Dr. Julia Wilbarger & Patricia Wilbarger AUGUST 2014 Download brochure here. Online registration available NOW
Caring 4 U Health Solutions
Looking for a new fundraising idea?!
We offer a range of “odour elimination” products for the work place or home. Our products contain no chemicals, no alcohol and it is environmentally friendly. Fresh Wave is made from all natural ingredients which means that is it safe to use around kids and pets!
For Fund Raising events, we offer the Home care and Baby care range of products. These products come in the form of gel crystals, pearl packs, liquid (Spray and Wash) and powder. It is our objective to genuinely support the Fund Raising efforts of your Centre. On that basis, we offer our product on a Wholesale price structure, so your profits will range from $2.10 up to $9.00 per item, depending on the items purchased. The average profit on each product sold is $4.62! For further information, please email
Linni Reeves on 0411 655 216 or visit www.caring4uhealthsolutions.com
Taking Your Child To The Dentist
When babies are little there is so much focus and speculation when it comes to teething, not to mention excitement when the teeth start to appear. But what should you do once they come through? Here are some guidelines on caring for your children's first teeth
When to start
The Australian Dental Association recommends that you take your child for their first dental visit just after their first baby teeth come through. There are several reasons why an early start is a good idea:
- Your child will become familiar with going to the dentist.
- Care of baby teeth is highly important. If any baby teeth fall out too soon, permanent teeth can come in crooked or crowded. A dentist can intervene by using a "space maintainer", which is a shallow substitute for a real tooth.
What will happen at your child's first visit?
Your child's first visit to the dentist should be as comfortable as possible. During the visit, your dentist will:
- Check your child's face and jaws to make sure everything is in alignment.
- Check both teeth and gums to make sure they're healthy, and look for signs of "baby bottle" tooth decay, a common problem in infants and toddlers.
- Instruct you in how best to care for your child's teeth and gums, including advice on their diet, brushing their teeth, and whether they need a fluoride supplement.
- Suggest a schedule for future visits.
How to prepare your child
Even if you have started taking your child to the dentist as early as possible, they may feel anxious about dental visits once they become toddlers. Here are some suggestions for making dentist trips as easy as possible:
- Take time to "play dentist" with your child at home. Take turns at being the dentist, and make it fun.
- Read your child a story about going to the dentist.
- Make the dental appointment for a time when your child is well-rested.
- Talk to your dentist before the visit about any medical or psychological problems your child may have.
- Openly discuss any concerns your child may have.
Sometimes the normal anxiety a child might feel about going to the dentist becomes a strong fear. Here are some suggestions on how you might help them:
- Perhaps your child hasn't developed a good rapport with your dentist. Pediatric dentists are specially trained to deal with children; look one up or ask your friends.
- Try and find out what your child is afraid of. Older children may have heard scary stories from their school friends, and they often aren't true! Your older child may need to have certain procedures explained to them correctly. If it's just a general fear, something as simple as a reward after visiting the dentist might be enough to get them through the door and in the chair.
- Check how you've been talking about the dentist. If you've been nervous about going to the dentist yourself, you might have passed the fear onto your children. Also be careful which words you use. Words such as "drill", "hurt", "jab" or "needle" cause anxiety.
- Sit close to your child during the visit.
- Don't worry if your toddler has a few tears at first; chances are they will soon calm down if your dentist is friendly and you are close by.