Child Care News for Parents & Carers
July 11, 2018
Welcome, this week learn about the developmental outcomes to be expected for children in high quality early childhood settings. Plus, toddler taming made easy and how to get your child to listen to you.
What outcomes should parents expect from early childhood education and care?
As the name suggests, early childhood education and care services are focused on providing learning opportunities and care for young children. In practice, this means each service helps preschoolers to develop key behaviours and achieve certain learning outcomes in the years before they go to 'big school'.

Let's look at the main developmental areas for preschoolers and what you can expect your little learner to achieve in a high quality early childhood setting.
How to teach your toddler to follow directions
Between the ages of one and three, a small child has a lot going on. Your toddler is enjoying upward mobility, and it's not just their body that is busy. Their brain is also working overtime as it develops intellectually, emotionally and socially. Even though your toddler is actively absorbing language, this doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll do as you say.

Is it possible to teach your toddler to follow instructions? Bright Horizons have some great ways to encourage them to pick up toys, put away shoes and generally heed your instructions on the home-front.
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