This information will then be used in line with local and national guidance etc., in order to inform future school hub and wider childcare provision.
Please select the following link in order to complete the survey, which will take between 2 and 3 minutes: https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=158625624856 …
How One Mom With MS Gained Confidence... @EverydayHealth. Thank you @somedayswe bought your book for husband (he's got #MultipleSclerosis) and 2ydaughter. He's doing all childcare during these days while I work full-time https://www.everydayhealth.com/multiple-sclerosis/how-one-mom-with-ms-gained-confidence-her-son-would-grow-up-okay …
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Childcare sorted for the day - thanks @MeganFlynnDixo1 for the ideapic.twitter.com/5LDm4CutJB
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If this situation has taught us anything, it’s how to be grateful for what we have around us & to be thankful for everything & everyone💙That is why we are introducing Thankful Thursday to the Den! We will have activities every Thursday regarding something we are thankful for, whether that be our family, friends, our keyworkers or chocolate😋 These activities will begin once normal business resumes; however until then, keep an eye out on our page every Thursday for our Thankful Thursday posts & we want YOU to get involved!👉🏼🥰#childminders #childcare#thankfulthursday#eyfs#thankful#grateful#covid19#brightenyourday#mandysden
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Hello Richard, will this RHLSTP (RHLSTP) be available on twitch to watch after the live-stream? Got childcare at 8 pm so unless it's PG won't be able to watch live. Thanks
Finally letting you in on some huge news that I’ve been waiting for the right time to share.
Some of you know that River was born 5 weeks premature, spent 2 weeks in the NICU for respiratory distress, and was readmitted to the PICU in the fall. His lungs are still maturing, and a simple cold quickly turns dangerous.
Last month, we spent another night in the ER because he had caught a cold the day before and was starting to have retractions and grunt for air. After steroids and some breathing treatments, they sent us home, but it left me pretty traumatized.
Not only did I have to cancel preschool classes on my families last-minute *again*, but I had to expose my baby to this mysterious new coronavirus while in the hospital for a simple cold.
I decided that despite all of the heart, money, time, and energy I’d poured into my program, the extra germ exposure wasn’t worth the risk. Heartbroken, I announced to my families that April 2nd would be our last class.
We had two emotional weeks with myself and my families processing the change, recognizing the beautiful community we had created over this past year, and wondering how we can keep the children and our families connected. There were some tears, lots of hugs, and I felt like I had dropped a bomb on everything I cared about... but we were all so grateful to have one last month to really soak it in.
Then suddenly, schools began announcing closures and “social distancing” became a well-known term. I canceled that first week thinking I was being overly cautious - assuming we’d be back to it to finish out strong and say our sad goodbye’s... but here we are. Still closed, still social distancing, and my classroom is slowly turning into a family room.
I wasn’t ready for it to be over, but I know it was the right decision.
I can’t even begin to describe how much I’ve gained from this experience, and how truly grateful I am. Starting this preschool program is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, and I’m so excited to have some extra time to harness everything I’ve learned and help other mamas around the world open quality programs and change early childhood education for the better. Let’s do this 👊🏼
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Nottingham announces £90,000 boost to help key workers with Easter childcare https://westbridgfordwire.com/city-announces-90000-boost-to-help-key-workers-with-easter-childcare/ … via @westbridgfdwire
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M A K I N’ • A • M E S S 🎨 Our gardens are the perfect space to express creativity through painting and messy play! Being outside can inspire lots of creativity with the different colours and shapes that can be seen, plus there’s no need for a big clean up afterwards! Visit our website to find out all about our creative atelier spaces in our beautiful nursery!
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Jeremy and Audrey Roloff slammed for claiming fans should ‘stop complaining’ about childcare and toilet pap - The Sun https://ift.tt/2wnw5fw
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Hey! All good thank you. Trying to juggle work and childcare, but all good fun! Hope you and yours are keeping well?
Are you still paying for childcare while nurseries are shut? https://www.bbc.com/news/business-52184444 … I opted to pay in full for April (partner & I both still on full pay), then review. I don’t want our nursery to go under, or staff not to be paid #schoolclosuresuk#COVID19UK@daniel_thomasG
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Blaenau Gwent Council is looking to review and assess the demand for childcare provision over the coming weeks, including the timings and availability of childcare options via school hubs and childcare settings.
Not support for self employed but PAYE parents can now request to be furloughed because of childcare. Could we use this as leverage for new support for self employed parents?
There’s a little extra chaos and anxiety in many homes across the state. After many districts closed schools and extended spring breaks last week to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, parents are left scrambling with what to do with their kids -- and how to talk to them about the unprecedented disruption COVID-19 has caused around the world.
And then there are the kids: Teenagers are cringing at being stuck at home with parents who are now working at home or out of work. Young children are climbing the walls. And others are worrying about what the future holds with their parents out of work. “Even for parents who love hanging with their kids, you can only take so much family time before you start to get stressed,” says Craig A. Knippenberg, a licensed social worker who has provided child and family counseling services in Metro Denver for more than 35 years and the author of Wired and Connected: Brain-Based Solutions To Ensure Your Child’s Social and Emotional Success. “It’s ok,” he says. “This is a parenting experience to which we are all trying to adjust. Just do your best until the coronavirus runs its course.” Knippenberg typically recommends that parents try to be 80 percent consistent with their parenting strategies. However, this will be one of those times when you will need to let some things go.
Here are some ways Knippenberg and others say parents can take care of their and their children’s mental health and make it through what could be a long and unexpected disruption:
1. Don’t throw out structure. Knippenberg says: “Sit down with your children and map out how the days will flow. Set up specific times for reading/homework, chores, independent free time, mealtimes, family time and bedtime. Like every teacher, write it down and post the schedule.” 2. Make time for yourself. Everybody will need a breather right now. Make sure your children know that you will plan blocks of time for yourself and that they will need to self-entertain. This will give you time for needed chores and your own mental-health time. Have several a day and work in times for your own self-reflection, checking in with other parents and exercise time.
Not isolated. Casuals working whatever work they can get in (agency) nursing, hospitality, security (hotels & entertainment), teaching Childcare, schools, colleges, labourers, ....
One year I had 10 different group certificate, an incomplete year of work & wld not qualify.
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The idea of having a cute photo shoot for your toddler is great but the execution is full of struggles.
Behind the scenes, we have to keep laughing, jumping, clapping, giving them biscuit and literally doing everything so they can just focus and not cry.
Who's in with me on this? -
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@waitrose unbeknown to me, 1st hr is elderly hr. I had my young son (no childcare), shopping on behalf of my elderly very high risk dad-who has a text telling him he can’t leave the house even to put the bins out! I was denied entry and was told not to bring my son in future
We shouldn’t need a pandemic to see our elected officials work together. Health should be bipartisan. Disability should be bipartisan. Childcare should be bipartisan. Stop praising Morrison for finally doing his job in a way that puts Australian interests first. #thedrum
In doing so, we would greatly appreciate the views of key worker parents/carers in relation to both current and future childcare provision. Please could you take a few minutes to complete the following anonymous survey, highlighting how childcare hubs could support you.
~ Yesterday, Bol do conducted our first toy drive💗🎁
The mental impact that self isolation may have on children who do not have access to digital screens or entertainment at home, can be immense. In light of this, Bol Do was inspired to carry out a drive that would give children a reason to stay safe and sheltered at home. The drive was successful, catering to over fifty children in the area surrounding the colony.
We express great gratitude to those who donated, and were involved in the process of making this Toy Drive a success.
We’re already looking forward to the next one, and we hope you are too~
👨🎓👩🎓 Online Learning Class 👩🎓👨🎓 ✏Day : Wednesday
✏Date : 08th April 2020
👩🏫Teacher : Teacher Nabiha
✏ Thema : Iqra with Iman
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Making friendships is an essential part of children's social and emotional development such as self-esteem and social competence. Our children in Buds 3 (2-3 years) @ Piptree Eight Mile Plains demonstrated good friendships and developed positive social skills through play 😊
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Our nursery is still open and has some spaces available for any children of key workers We have both under 2's and over 2's places available, so if you are a key worker and are looking for some extra help with childcare then please contact our nursery team on 679585. pic.twitter.com/OfWgkaS1hv
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Here are some creative ways to keep busy, and things to remember.
I hope lockdown is still treating you well
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Die Bücher sind alle vorgelesen, die Brettspiele gespielt, der Malkasten
voll ausgeschöpft und selbst das Lieblingsspielzeug wird langsam langweilig?
Gerade jetzt ist es an den Eltern, ihre Kinder zuhause zu beschäftigen und
neue Inspirationen zu schaffen. Im Internet findet ihr viele Spiel- und
Bastelideen für Klein und Groß für Zuhause 😊 Zum Beispiel auf
#spielideen #studierenmitkind#stayathome #wirbleibenzuhause
#zuhausespielen #kinder#eltern#studierendenwerk #kassel
#damitstudierengelingt #kinderbetreuung#childcare#kids#parents #students
#studierendeeltern #spiele#play#ideas#idee#inspiration #zuhause
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Parents kindly take note: Amendments regarding interchanging children between parents' households during lock down period !!! It is allowed provided that there is a court order or registered parenting plan regulating the exchanges of children between households.
Find the details below as per the Government gazette dated 7 April 2020.
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“Basteln mit Eierschalen”, das ist das heutige Thema unserer #zusammenzuhause Challenge. Wir stellen Euch heute zwei Bastelideen vor, die Ihr mit Euren Kindern schnell und einfach nachmachen könnt. Seht selbst und probiert es gleich mal aus!
Ihr könnt aus einer kaputten Schale einen Eier-Punk basteln. Dafür klebt oder malt Ihr
Augen auf die Schale und zeichnet noch einen Mund und die Nase dazu. Die Schale
könnt Ihr nun mit Erde, Watte oder Küchenkrepp füllen und ein paar Kressesamen in die befüllte Eierschale geben. Gießt die Samen vorsichtig an und träufelt nun jeden Tag ein wenig Wasser hinein. Nach ein paar Tagen sprießen dem Punk
grüne “Haare” aus dem Kopf!
Eine Eier-Vase: Aus Papier schneidet Ihr einen 10 Zentimeter langen Streifen ab und verklebt ihn zu einem Ring. Nun könnt Ihr die Eierschale darauf setzen, diese mit etwas Wasser füllen
und ein paar Blümchen hineinstellen.
Wir sind schon ganz gespannt Eure selbstgemachte Osterdeko zu sehen! Teilt Eure Fotos mit uns unter dem Hashtag #zusammenzuhause und den Verlinkungen @Kobi_weiterstadt, @weiterstadt und @bojemoster. Alternativ könnt Ihr uns auch gerne Nachrichten schicken und wir posten Eure Kreativität in die Welt hinaus! Indem Ihr uns Eure Bilder und Videos schickt, gebt Ihr uns gleichzeitig die Zustimmung diese auf unserem Account zu posten.
Wir wünschen Euch ganz viel Spaß #zusammenzuhause!
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#Zusammenzuhause #gräfenhausen #braunshardt#schneppenhausen#riedbahn#kinder#weiterstadt#kids#familie#lebenmitkindern#liebe#childcare #früheslernen #spaß #aktivitäten #spielen#lernen#gesellschaft#challenge#getrenntzusammen#basteln