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Kids Club Early Childhood Learning Centres: Resources for Surviving the Lockdown

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Stress less with some easy to download and print resources from Kids Club.

With many parents still juggling working from home with caring for children, the in-home environment has changed. Stress levels are at their highest, so Kids Club Early Learning Childcare Centres has some fantastic resources to help you survive lockdown.

Although external activities are slowly starting again and Melbourne's venues re-opening, things won’t be back to the normal we once knew for a long time yet. It’s so important to find some form of daily routine for yourself and the kids, but that means adjustments to our lifestyles.

For children, it is important that parents and carers develop activities to keep their constantly developing minds entertained with both educational and fun activities around the home.

Kids Club has developed some of their own resources into easy-to-download and print to use at home. They have also listed and provided links to a few external resources you may find beneficial.



Just some of these fantastic resources include:

A Daily Planner - perfect for developing a regular schedule
Physical activities, such as P.E With Joe and Cosmic Kids Yoga for kids aged 3 and over
Fun crafts, including Safe Slime and the best homemade Play Dough
Seasonal activities, such as Easter and Mother’s Day crafts
‘Things I Can and Cannot Control’ information poster to help children understand COVID-19
National Geographic Kids: Kids Club - learn about the world through fun activities!

There are plenty more resources available here.

Kids Club centres pride themselves on providing the highest quality education and care to children from babies to school-aged children.

The Education for Life Program has been created to extend on the principles and practices of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), Australia’s national curriculum framework for early childhood education. This program covers 7 key learning areas including exploration, community and culture, mind and body, scholastics, creative, and thinking skills.

Kids Club centres are taking new measures and precautions to keep children safe during the pandemic, which you are read about here.

If you are interested to learn more about Kids Club Early Childhood Learning Centres or find your nearest centre, check out the website, or you can follow them on Facebook.


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