Reading to Kids Show Notes Today on Parents in the Know with Emily M Morgan, we are exploring the whys and hows of reading to kids. Why does everyone go on about reading, books, and literacy? What’s the big deal? And if we accept that reading is important, how can
Nits, Lice and Everything Nice Show Notes: Today on Parents in the Know we’re going to investigate some very small critters who seem to cause far more trouble than their size can really account for. Nits, lice and everything nice, today on Parents in the Know. Is your head
Vaccinations Today on Parents in the Know, we explore the facts about childhood (and adult) vaccinations. Show Notes: Vaccinations – What’s the real story? Are they good for you? Bad for you? What effects do they have on individuals and on society in general? Can they really cause autism? We’ll
Smacking Today in Parents in the Know, we will investigate Smacking – a contentious form of disciplining your child. Why we do it? And the effect on this to your child and its alternatives. Show Notes: Smacking is believed by a majority of parents in Australia to be an acceptable form of discipline.
My Story 2 – Pregnancy and Nausea Show Notes: Today on Parents in the Know, Emily M Morgan will tell you a bit more about her pregnancy journey and her experiences. In the first episode of this mini series I talked about my experiences. I talked about how I conceived my first
Co-sleeping with Infants Welcome to the very first episode of my podcast for parents who want to be in the know about major parenting concerns and issues. Co-sleeping with infants is the topic under discussion today. You can listen to the podcast here: See the full transcription and great resource links
Are you a teacher, principal, child care worker or educator? Have you ever encountered a child from a single parent family? Chances are, your answer is yes. Single Parent families have unique challenges which mean that their children are not always able to engage fully and confidently at school or