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12 Oct · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

Recipe of the Month – Angry Birds Nest Sandwich

Angry Birds Nest Sandwich Recipe   If your child is a picky eater who won’t try any new foods, you may be finding it hard get your them eating healthy. At The Brook Early Education and Care, we know how frustrating it can be to get the little ones to eat anything other than mac …

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12 Oct · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

The Importance of Physical Exercise at a Young Age

Physical Exercise Supports Healthy Development for Your Kids Here at The Brook Early Education and Care, we always encourage families to live an active lifestyle and to get children to play outdoors as much as possible. Exercise is absolutely vital for good health and development, and different physical activities teach children invaluable skills they will …

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12 Oct · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

Do You Know Why the 5 Basic Food Groups Are Beneficial to Your Child?

Do You Know Why the 5 Basic Food Groups Are Beneficial to Your Child? Parents are told time and time again that children need to consume the right amounts of dairy, fruits, grains, protein, and vegetables, as a balanced diet full of nutrients and vitamins is essential for children’s healthy development. But do you know …

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7 Sep · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

The Importance of Oral Hygiene for Children

Teaching Children Good Oral Hygiene   After the exciting and beneficial dentist visit from Dr Ashleigh Newberry and Dr Ken Lau from Castle Dental, Dr Greg Dougall from GDougall Dental and Dr Sarah from Lutwyche Dental during dentist week – 8-12 August, our team at The Brook want the children to keep up the skills …

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4 Aug · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

5 Tips to Keep Your Child Healthy in Colder Weather

How to Keep Your Child From Colds and Flu in Winter When the temperatures start to drop during the winter months, children become more susceptible to colds, viruses and the flu. While it’s almost impossible to guarantee your child won’t get sick, there are definitely a number of simple things parents can do to help …

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14 Jul · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

Recipe of the Month – Emoji Frittatas

Emoji Frittatas Recipe Most parents will understand the daily struggle of getting their children to eat snacks and meals which are healthy and nutritious. At The Brook Early Education and Care, we’ve found one of the best ways to get children excited about eating fruit and veggies is to present food to them in a …

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8 Jun · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

Recipe of the Month – Pinwheel Sandwiches

Pinwheel Sandwiches Recipe Getting kids to eat anything that is not super processed and sugary can sometimes seem impossible. At The Brook Early Education and Care, our secret to get children eating, or at least trying, natural healthy foods is by either sneaking it into their diet, or presenting it in fun and unique ways. …

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10 May · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

Sneaking Veggies into Children’s Favourite Foods

2 Delicious Ways to Sneak Veggies Into Kids’ Fave Foods Children are often fussy eaters, and some will even pick out grated and diced veggies from pie fillings and pasta sauce, which makes maintaining their diets healthy a headache. As a parent, you want to make sure your child is getting the right nutrition, and …

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10 May · The Brook Early Education and Care · No Comments

The Benefits of Yoga for Children

The Amazing Benefits of Yoga For Children The early years of a child’s life are extremely important for their emotional, cognitive, and physical development, and will have a significant impact on the adult they will become. Having your child participate in stimulating programs and activities such as yoga, gives them the opportunity to develop all …

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