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Most strangers are friendly, but some (very few) may be “Tricksters” so…

“I’m ready to SPY with my Tricky EYE,

Anyone fooling me, Any where, when or why!”

Bright, lively, fun and engaging, this book teaches children to be confidently aware and reinforces the need to check with a SAFE adult before they do anything with a stranger.

Frankie loves dress-ups, playing soccer, visiting Grandpa, cooking pancakes, and so much more. Frankie loves what Frankie loves! The choice is always Frankie’s. Allowing your child to do the things they love and simply be themselves is one of the greatest gifts you can provide.

This book encourages children to understand and manage their changing feelings and emotions, and to talk confidently about how they are feeling. Providing children with the skills and the words to express their feelings is key to helping them move forward in a positive manner.

Meet Emmi! She is resilient, independent and courageous. She always tries her best, and even when the going gets tough, Emmi never gives in. This charming story uses verse and beautiful illustrations to model resilience, persistence, and the ability to face challenges with tenacity. Children who are resilient are brave, curious, confident and problem solvers.

This comprehensive Teacher's Resource Kit has been carefully designed to make the teaching of Body Safety, Respectful Relationships and Gender Equality to students in the first year of primary/elementary school, simple, age-appropriate and empowering.

This comprehensive Teacher's Resource Kit has been carefully designed to make the teaching of Body Safety, Respectful Relationships and Gender Equality to children in preschool simple, age-appropriate and empowering.

Little Bear is a worrier. He worries about everything! But with Mama Bear’s help, he soon learns his worries are not so big after all. Through this engaging story children will learn that everyday worries and fears can be overcome. Discussion questions and extra hints to help children manage anxiety are included.

This charming story uses verse, beautiful illustrations and a little person called Quinn to model the meaning of empathy.

Teaching young children about body boundaries, both theirs and others, is crucial to a child’s growing sense of self, their confidence and how they should expect to be treated by others.

CLICK HERE FOR A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THIS FANTASTIC EDUCATION PACK

Emotional resilience is without a doubt, the most important aspect of any child's social and cognitive development. 

Addressing brain health in early childhood is proving to bring about long term improvements in behavioural concerns, mental health issues, depression, anxiety, self harm, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, family violence and addictions. 

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