Child Care News for Parents & Carers
May 13, 2020
Welcome, this week, the emergence of virtual playgroups and how they are linking parents and communities. Also, how to give your child a special birthday, despite being in lockdown.
The emergence of virtual playgroup
Traditionally, playgroup is a chance for parents, grandparents, nannies and other care-givers to meet up for a couple of hours each week with their under fives.

It provides opportunities for babies, toddlers and preschoolers to get moving, get messy and get acquainted with toys, materials and equipment they might not have at home. And while littlies are busy interacting, exploring and learning through play, playgroup enables grown-ups to make connections and share experiences in a relaxed environment.

Of course, things have changed with the emergence of COVID-19. Social distancing and home isolation have affected the way people share time and space, but, fortunately, it is still possible for families to connect digitally and have a playgroup experience together, but apart.
6 ways to celebrate your child's birthday without a party
Birthdays come but once a year, and if your child's planned celebrations have been dampened by social distancing, then it's time to get creative.

Here are 6 ways to make your birthday girl or boy feel special on their big day. Hip, hip and hooray!
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