Parents

  • Myth: Babysitters

    [siteorigin_widget class=”Thim_Heading_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] [siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] This includes a range of stimulating activities, including creative play, messy play, outdoor play, reading, storytelling, […]

  • Children have their say on childminders

    Childrens straight talking, refreshing approach to life is always endearing and this certainly comes across in a series of short […]

  • Physical Play

    Physical Play Always encourage children to move about and give them plenty of time to play freely outdoors as much […]

  • Revamp a Room on a Budget

    Does one of your rooms need a facelift? The first thing to do is select the room you will tackle. […]

  • Research confirms that childminding is different

    Research has shown how childminding differs from other types of childcare. Childminding Ireland held Consultation Workshops in 19 locations around […]

  • Myth: Childminder works for me

    [siteorigin_widget class=”Thim_Heading_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] [siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] In practice this means the parent pays a fee for the childminding service provided and the […]

  • Online Resources

    Here are a selection of online resources which may be of use to you and your family during COVID-19. Children’s […]

  • Roasted Veg Pasta Bake

    Roasted Veg Pasta Bake Recipe Courtesy of The Happy Pear SERVINGS: 6 PREP TIME: 10 mins COOK TIME: 40 mins […]

  • Play Dough

    Play Dough Children of all ages LOVE play dough. What is so great about it?   There is something very […]

  • Resources

    Brain Development Why are humans born with flexible brains? Dr Suzanne Zeedyk’s information sheet describes how brains grow and especially […]