News & Views
Here you'll find updates and helpful insights from the team at Only About Children and our partnered industry professionals.
MasterChef Tommy Pham's Savoury Scroll Lollipops
Health & Nutrition MasterChef Tommy Pham shares a yummy & fun recipe to make with the little ones - Savoury Scroll Lollipops!
Discipline in 2022
Wellbeing Dr Kaylene Henderson, Child Psychiatrist and Only About Children Parenting Expert helps explain the myths behind discipline in 2022.
Exploring the Benefits of Sensory Play for Children
Discover & learn Toddlers absolutely delight in exploring their world through their senses. Sensory play - play that stimulates any of a child’s senses - builds cognitive skills and influences how your child learns about their world.
Separation Anxiety in Children and Parents
Wellbeing Childcare can be a big step for children and parents! You can be starting childcare for the first time or returning after some time. Either way, it can feel hard.
MasterChef Tommy Pham's Oatmeal Cookies
Health & Nutrition MasterChef Tommy Pham shares a super fun recipe to make Oatmeal Cookies with your little ones!
Managing Screen Time
Discover & learn Is your child’s screen-time healthy or harmful for their wellbeing, growth and development? Find out practical and useful tips for managing screen-time at home with Dr Kristy Goodwin.
Our Winter Menu
Health & Nutrition Winter has arrived and so has our delicious new menu. Our menu is developed in conjunction with our in-house Dietitians Anna & Alex and features a four week rotating selection of meals designed for each child’s age group. Please find below a selection of our most popular campus recipes that you can create at home!
How Does Preschool/Kindergarten In Long Daycare Differ?
Discover & learn Struggling to understand the difference between preschool/kindergarten in a long daycare setting versus community preschool/kindergarten? We review the key differences and similarities.
2 Easy Ways To Support Mindfulness in Toddlers
Discover & learn Growing evidence suggests that teaching mindfulness to children can help with learning, decision making, emotional intelligence, self-confidence and connectedness to others. Here are 2 fun ways to teach your little ones mindfulness and help express their feelings.
Respectful Nappy Changes
Discover & learn “Nappy changing is not just about getting a job done, or having a clean baby. Our hands are a baby’s introduction to the world. If they touch slowly, gently, and “ask” a child for cooperation rather than demand it, we are rewarded with a relationship bound in trust, respect and the inexorable knowledge of our importance to each other.” – Janet Lansbury