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12 Dec 2019

Best Books to Read This Christmas

Best Parenting Books to Read This Christmas

Parenting is an exciting time for a new parent who wants to put in their best for their child. However, it’s crucial to know that even the best parents in the world sometimes need the help of a book to figure out parenting. Parenting books are meant to inform you on what to expect, guide you how to handle you children and calm you down in case you notice rebellion in your children. The following books are must read parenting books this Christmas.

Keep Calm: The New Mum Manual by Dr. Ellie Canon

This book is essential for a new mum who is struggling at being a new mum.  The book will guide you on what to do so that your child can eat on a schedule, sleep throughout the night, and you can rest. The book illustrates how each baby is different and mom’s need to trust their instinct.

The Whole –Brain Child by Daniel j. Siegel

Parents can learn how a child’s brain is constantly developing. With the knowledge of their brain, parents can learn how to raise their children. The book outlines several developmental strategies for parents to use in raising their kids the right way.

French Kids Eat Everything by Karen Le Billion

This book is essential for parents whose kids constantly throw tantrums when eating. The book will help you learn how to help your kid stop being choosy and fussy with food like the French.

Simplicity Parenting by Ballantine Books

In this book parents learn to simplify the overloads of a child’s life to ensure they are calm and safe. Today’s world is filled with TV, video games, social media, school, etc. By reading the book you will help your child learn how to simplify their lives.

The Happiest Kids in the World by Experiment Press

This book guides parents on how to raise their kids with a little freedom. Parents should learn to be less attached to their kids and allow the child to be freer in making some minor decisions.

There is no such thing as perfect parenting, however, by reading these books you can align yourself and become a better parent to your kids.

What’s Happening @ Kinda-Mindi

We hope you all enjoy your special morning tea!
Pancake Day
Tuesday 25th February 2020
An initiative connected to Clean Up Australia Day. See your individual service for further details.
Schools Clean Up Day
Friday 28th February 2020
World Hearing Day is held on 3 March each year to raise awareness on how to prevent deafness and hearing loss and promote ear and hearing care across the world. It coincides with Hearing Awareness Week in Australia.
World Hearing Day
Tuesday 3rd March 2020
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St Patrick's Day
Tuesday 17th March 2020
This National Close the Gap Day, we have an opportunity to send our governments a clear message that Australians value health equality as a fundamental right for all. ANTaR aims to bring people together to share information, and most importantly, to take meaningful action in support of achieving Indigenous health equality by 2030.
Close the Gap Day
Thursday 19th March 2020
The theme for 2020 is " Take Action Together". Everyone has a role to play in saying, 'Bullying, No Way!'.
Bullying Awareness Day
Friday 20th March 2020
See your individual service for details of special events.
Seniors Week
23rd - 29th March 2020
Kinda-Mindi will be recognising this day on Friday 20th March by hosting buffet lunches at all service. Families and educators are encouraged to bring a plate of food from their cultural or family background to share with everyone on the day.
Harmony Day
Saturday 21st March 2020
This is Purple Day! Purple Day was started in 2008, by nine-year-old Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia, Canada. Motivated by her own struggles with epilepsy, Cassidy started Purple Day in an effort to get people talking about the condition and to let those impacted by seizures know that they are not alone. She named the day Purple Day after the internationally recognised colour for epilepsy, lavender.
Epilepsy Awareness Day
Thursday 26th March 2020
Earth Hour is a WWF-Australia initiative, and is the world’s largest community-driven climate change campaign. At the centre of Earth Hour is switching off lights to show a commitment to taking action. Earth Hour takes place in Saturday 28th March, however, Kinda-Mindi will take part on the Friday.
Earth Hour Schools
Friday 27th March 2020