Tikangs and pakiwaitara are interwoven with child development information, ideas and activities for whānau. Full of humour and heart,
these new resources reinforce how tamariki and
parents can learn together through play at every age and stage.
Be warm and loving, give lots of praise. Say more positive things than negative things.
Talk with your children as much as you can and listen to what they say to you.
Be realistic about what they can and can't do, for example you can't expect a two year old to sit still for a long time.
CHILDREN'S DAY PHOTOS 2012
The SKIP vision is that all childrenwill be raised in a positive way.This involves parents loving andnurturing their children, as well as settingboundaries to guide and teach them.
SKIP is supporting parents tobring up their children in a positive way, using love and nurture and limits and boundaries
Kia mau koe ki te kupu a tou matuaHold fast to the words your father gives you FATHERHOOD FOUNDATION