Natalie Moutafis

My Tiny Humans: Santa is watching

When her kindy kid was being cheeky, Natalie Moutafis found herself reminding him that Santa was watching – and then wondering if this was the best approach.

Opinion

Parenting podcasts you should hear

Parenting is a juggle and, at times, a struggle. Here we've updated our list of podcasts for parents to help you, no matter what stage your family is at.

News

The Children in the Pictures: The doco I didn’t want to watch

A powerful and confronting new documentary sheds light on the grim world of online child sexual exploitation. As Natalie Moutafis reports, it's a must-watch for any parent, carer and educator .

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Talking to kids about Cleo Smith

The news has been dominated by the disappearance and rescue of Cleo Smith. Here are some resources to help talk to your children about what's happened.

News

World Teachers’ Day: 10 easy ways to say thanks

Teachers (with support from parents and carers) have ensured education continues across the country this year, despite major challenges. World Teachers' Day is the day when children and parents can show their appreciation.

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Starting School: 10 tips for you and your child

Starting school can create excitement and uncertainty – for both children and parents. Natalie Moutafis asked our experts for tips for a more enjoyable and relaxed transition, before the first day arrives.

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My Tiny Humans: Running out of Wednesdays

Wednesday is the special day Natalie Moutafis spends with her Tiny Humans. With the eldest about to start school, the weekly get-together is about to change.

Opinion

The Attitude of Gratitude

In challenging times, feeling grateful for what we have in our lives can help. Natalie Moutafis looks at how we can encourage our children to practice gratitude.

Features

The Invisible Life of Us: Parenting kids with additional needs

We speak to 'Too Peas in a Podcast' creators Kate Jones and Mandy Hose about their first book on parenting kids with additional needs. They share some insights and tips on neurodiverse families, in this Q&A with Natalie Moutafis.

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