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Why not borrow books from the TTG Library when you are returning your toys to the Toy Library?
Childrens Development and Parenting Websites Kid Spot is a great website for finding out about childrens development. It discusses pregnancy as well as eating, sleeping, playing, development, behaviour, health and tools for babies, toddlers, pre-school and school children. See Visit Kidspot
Playgroups: If you would like to provide more opportunities for your preschool child to play with other children, you might like to consider joining a Playgroup. Playgroup SA says that Playgroups are set up and run by parents and carers. In a playgroup, parents and carers stay and play with their children and also help them to play with other children. At playgroups, children choose from a range of activities set up by the parents. Playgroups are for children from birth to 5 years (school age). See Play Group Australia for more information.
The Raising Children Network (the Australian parenting website) at Raising Children Network gives information for parents dealing with different family situations as well as information and advice about:
- Connecting and Communicating
- Development Health & Daily Care
- Nutrition & Fitness
- Play & Learning
for newborns, babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and school age children.
You can download Parent Easy Guides from Parenting SA and find out about the Parent Helpline at: Parenting SA
Parenting Research Centre for raising children well at: Parenting Research Centre
Visit Child & Youth Health at: Child & Youth Health for a wide range of health topics and other information for families.
The Family Education website includes information and advice about children of all ages. See Family Education.
Websites recommended by Toy Library Families
This site is great for finding educational games. I usually like to pick something out for each of the boys and play the games with them depending on whatever they're currently learning in school. It's a really cool way to get them engaged in learning.https://www.funbrain.com/
The Boredom Buster
This site lists a bunch of great (unplugged) games for kids. It's really easy to pick out new games to play and keep the kids from sitting in front of the t.v. all day. www.budgetdirect.com.au/interactives/kids-games/
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