Parenting Ideas

Parenting Ideas

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The Power of Gratitude for a Happier Life

Preparing your Child for High School

How Independence Building is the Pathway to your Child's Resilience

Boy Friendly Parenting Tips and Strategies

How Much is Too Much to Tell Our Kids

Parenting for Resilience

Cyber Savvy Top Tips

The role of parents and screen time

Father to Father

A parenting for independence audit

Not in front of the children


Anxiety in Primary School Kids

Parenting through change

Parenting Tweens

The Marvel of Motherhood

The Language of Independence

Mental Health tips for Primary students

Rules around digital devices

Developing independence in primary school

It's Not OK to be Away or Late

Four Parenting Priorities in 2017


Every Day Counts - Attendance

Digital Social Skills

Encouraging Problem Solvers

Emotionally Intelligent Parenting

Talking to Children About Sex

Mind Your Language

Parenting the Underdog


Reading Your Child's Report

Promoting Good Mental Health

How to be at your Parenting Best

Worrier to Warrior

Teach Children to Persist

Teasing V Bullying

Raise a Child to be a Giver

Managing Emotions

Keep children safe in public

Teach Your Kids about Time and Place

10 mindsets to improve your parenting

Healthy Ways to Manage Emotions

Be Careful what you wish for

Lost in Concentration

Teach Your Children to Shrug

Getting Students ready for NAPLAN

Raising Happy Children

10 Common Discipline Mistakes

Help Your Child to Achieve

Cyber Safe

Teach Children to Persist

Not OK to be late or away

10 Golden Rules for Parenting Success

Making the most of your parent-teacher interview


Parenting Ideas for Kindergarten to Year 2 Students

The Department of Education have a number of online resources to support parents and carers. They provide parents with ways to build their children’s development and confidence through easy to use and fun activities that can be incorporated into daily life: See articles and booklets available for download below:

• Learning at home: A guide for parents/carers of children aged 0 to four years;

• Hello school!: A guide for parents/carers of children in Kindergarten to Year 1;

• Say hello to school: A reading book for Aboriginal families;

• Reading: Light up your child’s imagination: A guide for parents/carers of children in Kindergarten to Year 2;

• Numbers: Showing children they count: A guide for parents/carers of children in Kindergarten to Year 2; and

• Writing and spelling: the world of words: A guide for parents/carers of children in Kindergarten to Year 2.