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Videos The Value of Constructive Feedback Tips For Parents To Make Reading Fun At Home [isi-Xhosa] Tips For Parents To Make Reading Fun At Home Learn how to assess your child’s reading skills
20 million South Africans are under the age of 35. This youth bubble has the potential to transform South Africa’s economic and social reality.
We are proud to release the second issue of our Human Factor publication. Entitled ‘The heart of parenting – how the alchemy of love, hope and fear prepares children for life’, this issue explores the power of parents as their children’s first educators and their right to continue to champion their children’s education throughout schooling.
Posted on 23 Oct 2019 under Early Childhood Development, Opportunity 10: Resources and Toolboxes, Opportunity 4: Resources and Toolboxes, Opportunity 6: Resources and Toolboxes, Opportunity 7: Resources and Toolboxes, Reading and Early Literacy Development, Strategy 2017, Young People.READ MORE
EMBRACE A movement for a supported motherhood – for and by mothers All love begins with motherhood. Mothers are stronger together. What Embrace is a national movement that promotes a connected and thriving start to motherhood for every new mother in South Africa. Its vision is based on the understanding that an empowered and embraced […]
Tags: baby, child, children, Embrace, infant, Mother, Motherhood, Mothers, Movement for Mothers, Opportunity 7, parent, parenthood, Parenting, parents, post-natal, pre-natal, pregnancy
Posted on 19 Mar 2019 under Cape Town EMBRACE, Early Childhood Development, Embrace, Opportunity 7: Programme Profile.
Nal’ibali Sparking children’s potential through storytelling and reading Reading gives children the power to think critically and to imagine. It builds empathy for others. It is key to a child’s future because it is the foundation for learning. Children who love reading can help change the path of our country – reading will help us […]