Blogs

20
Jul

Introducing Technology to Young Children

The key to introducing young children to technology is to present it with balance and transparency. That is, whatever your personal philosophy around the role of technology in our lives, remaining objective will allow children to form their own relationship with it. While many of us have transitioned from relatively low-tech to multipurpose tech lives in the space of a

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17
Jul

Libraries and Early Years Literacy

ToBeMe has researched the importance of a library in a child’s life and have extracted parts of a paper entitled “Library 
preschool
 storytimes: Developing
 early 
literacy
 skills
 in
 children” by Judy MacLean ADTED 458 – Dr. Sheila Sherow Summer 2008. Judy MacLean talks about the benefits of a library.  She refers to a “public library” as many children do not

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7
Jul

Burwood Centre Open day on 22 July!

Join us for our open day at our Burwood centre on Saturday July 22! This is a fantastic opportunity to explore our facility and find out why ToBeMe is not just another childcare centre. You can register in the form below. For more information

30
Jun

About Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is normal in early childhood and can occur when a child gets upset when separated from a parent or carer.

23
Jun

Common Speech Disorders among Children

Speech disorders are becoming increasingly common in children.

7
Jun

ToBeMe Featured on Education Today

ToBeMe’s CEO, Rob Yeldon, and Educational Leader, Emma Parle, spoke with Education Today

6
Jun

Working with Children: What Is Involved?

The role and function of the child care centre has changed, reflecting the evolution of society.

6
Jun

Healthy Eating, Healthy Kids

It’s easy to be daunted as you look at the labels on food packaging today.

24
May

Exploring Creativity in Children

Children certainly need adults to foster and nurture this creativity to promote meaningful and developmental play.

19
May

Self-Help Skills in Early Childhood

All parents will at some stage come to understand that their child is more than capable of doing everything themselves.