"Childhood is a journey...not a race" This blog explores our adventures putting into practice the theory I have long understood (as an Early Childhood Teacher) to support a happy childhood and optimum child development.

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Latest Blog Posts for Childhood 101

  • Learning Playfully: Inspiration From Around the Web
    on Nov 6, 2010 in Play Education
    Learn as if you were to live forever:: Tick Tock ~ Irresistable Ideas for Play Based Learning:: A Morning at the Movies ~ Let the Children Play:: Pretending to Not Know ~ Teacher Tom:: Ten Ways to Make November Memorable ~ Adventures with Kids:: Pape...
  • Toys To Inspire Generations of Memories
    on Nov 4, 2010 in Sponsors Christmas
    It is no secret that I love wooden toys. They look, feel, smell, sound and taste much more pleasing than their plastic cousins. Well chosen wooden toys are perfect for hours of good, old fashioned play (and learning) and today, our first Christmas W...
  • on Nov 3, 2010 in Sponsors Christmas
    Or maybe I should ask, what is on your child's Christmas wishlist??? Over the next five Fridays you will find lots of Christmas gift inspiration for the children in your life, right here at Childhood 101. Gift ideas, special offers and the chance t...
  • The Day Princess Mary Made Me Cry
    on Nov 3, 2010 in Parenthood For Mums
    There she is on the front cover of our state paper, Miranda Kerr, strolling down the runway, five months pregnant, looking radiant. And why wouldn't she. The world is her oyster, she has so much to look forward to. I hope she loves mothering as mu...
  • Cooking with Kids: The Easy Version
    on Nov 2, 2010 in Eating Child Friendly Recipes
    There is nothing better when it comes to cooking with children than an easy, no-cook recipe. And there are few recipes that a simpler than making...GUACAMOLE!Immy loves avocado and we pretty much always have avocado in the house so when she was play...
  • We Play: Do You?
    on Nov 1, 2010 in We Play
    This week our play kitchen has been transformed into a cafe. Babycino anyone?The kitchen buffet shelves are adorned with a variety of felt and wooden cakes, doughnuts, eclairs and biscuits (sorry, I should have taken a photo of it). Our play has in...
  • Ripples: A Child in the WorldThinking of a young child discovering their place in the world reminds me of ripples spreading out from a stone dropped into water.There is much we can do as parents and teachers to support our children as they grow to find a secure place for themsel...
  • Thoughts on a Celebration, Community and Home
    on Oct 31, 2010 in House or Home Family
    We don't celebrate halloween, not having grown up with it as family tradition here in Australia. I do however notice that more and more families in our community are now choosing to recognise the holiday. In years gone by I have said 'Sorry, no tre...
  • Close Encounters & a Family Friendly GiveawayWhen we were in Sydney recently we were fortunate to be invited to breakfast at Taronga Zoo as part of the PR campaign launching the zoo's new iPhone app, Monkey Mayhem.We had a fabulous time getting up close and friendly with giraffes...... and owl...
  • Kids Art: Collage All ASPARKLE!Continuing our exploration of creating on reflective surfaces... a sparkly, glittery, reflective collage.I taped alfoil to a piece of card to create our 'canvas' and slightly diluted a little child-friendly PVA glue. A simple collection of sequins o...
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