Child Care News for Parents & Carers
November 15, 2017
Welcome, this week learn how you can support children through grief and loss and a chance to win a copy of In the Rainbow, a new picture book to help children understand and manage sadness. Also tips and tricks for getting your kids moving this weekend.
Helping children cope with loss
How parents help children cope with grief and loss + your chance to win a copy of In the Rainbow.

Illness and death are tough things to deal with at any age, and when they impact a family, little kids can find themselves overcome with big feelings, like sadness, anger and guilt.

To help grown-ups support grieving children and understand their emotions, we spoke with Brittany McGill, a Clinical Psychologist at the University of New South Wales.
Let's get physical
The benefits of active kids
Children have energy to burn and yet the latest Active Healthy Kids Australia Report Card has found that less than 20 per cent of kids aged 5-17 are getting the recommended amount of physical activity each day.

So, the big questions is, how active should kids be?

Here we look at the national guidelines for physical activity, the benefits of an energetic childhood and how grown-ups can help get kids moving.
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