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  • 15/
    Jan

    Guide to Healthy Eating: Children 0 – 12 months

    From the moment your child is born, it is essential for them to receive the right nutrients in order for them to grow and develop at a healthy rate. Often parents are bombarded with information about what is best, when to start and what to provide. Below is a guide...
  • 01/
    Jan

    Help Your Child Settle into Child Care

    Going into child care for the first time can be a difficult experience for both child and parent. There are often emotional and psychological roadblocks getting in the way. These things are quite normal however, as any change, particularly for a young child, can be scary at first. Thankfully, there...
  • 15/
    Oct

    Your Guide to Toilet Training

    Helping children learn to use the potty or toilet is a big and exciting step for parents and educators alike. It is a huge milestone for any child but is not achieved without some difficulty. We’ve developed a list of 5 key areas to consider when embarking on toilet training...
  • 01/
    Oct

    Top 5 tips for keeping your children healthy

    Schools and child care centres are wonderful places for children to learn and develop new skills, make new friends and become independent individuals. But they can also be hotspots for germs, illnesses and unhealthy eating habits. While you can’t be there to watch your child’s every move and every meal,...
  • 15/
    Sep

    Understanding the Early Years Learning Framework And How It Benefits Your Child

    Here at Bliss Early Learning, we are huge believers and supporters of the Early Years Learning  Framework (EYLF) developed by the Australian Department of Education. You may have heard of this framework before, so we’ve put together this handy guide on understanding the EYLF and how it benefits your little...
  • 30/
    Aug

    Creating a Good Relationship with Food for Your Child

    Bliss Early Learning recently asked Karina Savage from Smartbite Nutrition to attend our Pyrmont centre to give a presentation about gut health and fussy eaters. Her presentation was solely aimed at how to raise competent eaters and how creating a good relationship with food for children can set them up...