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A webinar designed for parents of preschool aged children
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A FREE webinar on the horizon designed for parents of preschool-aged children. The webinar is free, but registrations are essential! Hosted by the EcoCentre, learn about the importance of nature play on child brain development and feel empowered to introduce nature play-based, brain-enhancing activities with your child now during COVID-19 restrictions and later in the local area or playgroup settings once restrictions are lifted.

Saturday 30 May 3030 from 9.30am to 11am are the date and timeframe and the Webinar link will be provided prior to the session. The two guest speakers at the event are Ian Hunter, a brain injury therapist of 45 years, who'll give you a fascinating insight on the workings of the brain and the important role parents play in facilitating the neurological development of their young children.

Sharron Hunter a Port Phillip EcoCentre educator will give you an overview of activities you can employ with your children to aid their development. These may include a sensory garden, storytelling, minibeast safari, exploring the Indigenous forest in the Botanical gardens or mindfulness with nature art. If you need more information, contact the Family Youth and Children Development Officer on or 0466 004 672.

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Why? Nature play, developing your child's brain - an online event
When: Saturday 30 May 2020 from 9.30am to 11am
Where: Online
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