SDN Village of Learning
Discover a village of resources to support you with your child’s wellbeing, learning and development at home. You will find a range of educational yet simple activities, parenting guidance, nutritious recipes and storytime readings, that are prepared by our qualified early childhood educators and therapists.
The SDN village is a caring, inclusive and supportive community, where your child is at the centre of everything we do. Through this content hub, we continue to share our expertise and partner with families even when we’re not together, so that every day is a chance for your child to thrive. There is something here for every child and family.
Our play-based activities are designed for the home and support the development of vital skills. From building, to art, to science and movement, our activities will nurture children’s caring hearts, healthy bodies and curious minds.
Settle your glitter - managing emotions
A sparkly and calming activity that can support your child's emotio...
Each child is unique and therefore our parenting approach needs to be too! Our series of short webinars and informative articles offer knowledge, strategies and tips to support you through your child’s developmental milestones.
Our recommended recipes are culturally diverse, nutritious and wholesome, inviting you to cook with your child. By involving children in the sourcing of ingredients and preparation of meals, they are encouraged to explore and try different types of foods.
Books not only support the development of literacy skills but also invite children to explore their imagination. Our storytime readings are a great way for your child to follow along and increase their interest in reading. We also share our book recommendations of different topics, to help you find books that support your child’s interests.
When I'm Feeling Angry, by Trace Moroney
Supports children to better understand, identify, manage and expres...
The Gruffalo, by Julia Donaldson
Embark on a delightful adventure with "The Gruffalo" by Julia Donal...