If you’re looking for Child Care with a difference, you’re in the right place.
At Read 2 Grow Early Learning Child Care, our curriculum is based around a proven concept in early learning that combines literacy, multi-sensory play and quality care.
Research shows the first five years of a child’s life are the most important when it comes to their development, so your choice of child care is vital.
We believe quality child care is more than meeting the minimum standards.
It should combine an individualised, nurturing approach with a proven early learning curriculum that inspires their imagination through play and fosters a lifelong love of learning.
That’s what you get at Read 2 Grow Early Learning Child Care. We’re very confident you and your child will love it, so please take your time to look around our site.
Plus, to celebrate our grand opening, we’re offering you a chance to win FREE childcare for a year with us. See below for all the details…
Loving care like they receive at home is the focus of what we do
It’s busy times being a toddler! At this age children are creators and explorers
Pre-kindy is all action! Here children explore their world in a more formal way
As well as a world of fun and activity our focus in Kindy is the foundations for success
“Giving up dummy” – many parents’ fears If your child has been using a dummy (comforter), sooner or later this will need to stop. This is sometimes a bit of a challenge but true behavioural nightmares and tantrums are very rare. Below you’ll find some ideas that might help as you approach this milestone, though…
Why is working together when parenting important? Bringing up a child is a huge responsibility. Every parent or couple needs to decide how best to go about that. Solutions may vary from one couple in a particular environment to another. Of course, single-parent challenges are different again. Here we’ll share some ideas based around couples…
How to identify possible speech disorders in children Most adults who do not know a child should be able to understand 75-95% of what the youngster is saying by the time the child gets to the age of 3-3.5 years. At that age, the child will still most likely be making numerous sound errors and…