Exploring the Magic of Storytelling

Building Strong Bonds with Your Child Through Books As parents of childcare-aged children, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the challenges and joys that come with raising little ones. Amidst the diaper changes, mealtime struggles, and bedtime routines, there’s a magical opportunity that often gets overlooked – the enchanting world of storytelling. In this blog, we’ll delve into the importance of storytelling,

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Culture, Communication, and Connection

How Teaching Your Child Another Language Can Help Build a Better Future In today’s increasingly interconnected world, the ability to communicate across cultures and languages is more critical than ever. As such, teaching children another language at a young age can help build a better future by promoting cultural awareness, communication, and connection. Learning another language at a young age

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Empowering our Educators

In exciting news, ToBeMe has engaged Jennifer Ribarovski, Managing Director of JR Education Consulting Services, to work with the leadership team and educators at both Burwood and Five Dock to deliver quality outcomes for children’s learning and development, informed by the latest research and thinking. Jennifer is an internationally renowned early childhood education advocate, a leading early childhood education consultant and

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Combatting Sibling Rivalry

If you are a parent with more than just one child, it is inevitable that sibling rivalry will exist in your household. This can be an upsetting sight to witness but there are steps and tools that you can implement to promote peace. This blog will go through the reason why this is a common issue and how to remedy

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The Social Dilemma for Children

One of the key concerns of most parents is the amount of time their children spend being exposed to social media via smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices. In light of the recent attention that social media has been given through various documentaries such as “The Social Dilemma” and “The Great Hack”, we take a deeper look into some of

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Advance Your Career at ToBeMe

At ToBeMe Early Learning, we facilitate industry-leading Education and Care through our inspired learning spaces. Fundamental to our ethos is one critical element: Exploring. Through the means of Exploring, we are able to discover the best learning practices and approaches for our Children. From the moment that ToBeMe Early Learning was simply an idea, we embarked on our own journey

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Teaching the generations of tomorrow to look after Mother Earth.

At ToBeMe, our children are commencing an amazing learning journey, providing them with an incredible educational experience.  We’re currently in the process of a brand new project – The ToBeMe Learning Farm! Our vision for the ToBeMe Learning Farm is to create an organic permaculture farm, where we can self produce our own fruit and vegetables. Ultimately, our medium-term plan,

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How to Teach Your Child to Care for Others

As your child ages, it can become more complicated to be a good parent. Your once small, angelic infant becomes an adventurous, fearless toddler. As children grow, they begin to develop their own unique personality, but how do you ensure your child understands the ways they can care for others and why being kind-hearted is so important in life?


The Boogers Are Coming – A Free E-Book for Children

Thanks to our wonderful friends over at Toddle, we’re proud to introduce their free E-Book, A Little Monsters Story: The Boogers are Coming. Confusion is a feeling shared by most during this pandemic and whilst the world adjusts to a new normal, children can be left wondering what on earth is going on? Toddle’s Little Monster characters are based on the

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Coping Techniques for Parents in Isolation.

Cooped-up and explosive? Helping you help your children to manage their emotions while in self-isolation. We all know what it can be like when a child has an emotional meltdown – and it can happen over the littlest thing – like the toast being cut the wrong way for a toddler or a teenager “losing it” because you’ve asked them

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