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Engage with Koori culture, NGV activities, must-listen podcasts for tweens and teens - all on our super list of home-based activities for kids of all ages.
A new wave of books has been published online to help children understand the coronavirus and protect themselves. Shih-Wen Sue Chen, Kristine Moruzi and Paul Venzo from Deakin University give their top picks.
How John Krasinski's Some Good News brought joy to our lives, why kids need forts more than ever, Bill Gates gives his book and TV show recommendations, and a podcast with tips on fussy eaters.
The wonderful hues and changes of autumn can be a fun way to learn for younger children, writes ISV's Lili-Ann Kriegler. She shares her ideas for families in this article and short video.
Concern about the online safety of young people has heightened during #stayathome. Here's a checklist to help keep them safe, from Michelle Dennis, Head of Digital Learning and Innovation, at Strathcona Girls Grammar.
The Parents Website has a new look. Read this welcome message from Michelle Green, Chief Executive of Independent Schools Victoria, about how the website is supporting families.
We asked the legendary singer, songwriter and poet Paul Kelly to send a message to young poets for our Student Poetry Competition. Watch Paul's video, and be inspired.
Are your children complaining of being bored? Let it happen - and let them discover the possibilities, writes Sally Kenney.
Keeping a routine, maintaining perspective, and staying connected - these are some of the ideas from University of Melbourne experts for families to support their Year 12 students, writes Joe Sullivan.