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Kids Wonderland is back these school holidays and Jellybeans Child Care is now a major sponsor. Kids Wonderland is a festival for children from 2 to 12 years and offers a world of excitement to keep children entertained from the 9th to 12th of July. For the price of the ticket, children will get to…

Jellybeans Child Care Cooking Up a Storm

Tortilla Pies! This month, we’re looking to do an international spin on an Aussie classic: the meat pie. Using all natural, Mexican-inspired ingredients we put our own unique twist on two different foods that make a delicious marriage fajitas and meat pies. Line your baking trays and grill your mince, because soon you’ll be munching…

SES Education at Jellybeans Carine

We would like to thank Marlene and her team from Stirling State Emergency Service Unit and Leonie with tracker dog Jemma, from the State Emergency Service Canine Section, who were our special guests for the day. Marlene’s team and the children had a very busy morning at Jellybeans Child Care centre Carine. The children at…

Children’s Minestrone Recipe

As the last wisps of summer are carried away on an autumnal breeze, it’s time to rug up and get ready for Australia’s winter months. Before we face the full brunt of bitingly cold mornings and crisp afternoons however, we’ll be eased into the cooler side of things with our friend Autumn. Colder months also…

Craft Corner – My name is…

As the days are getting colder it’s always great to have a few ideas up your sleeve of fun art projects for your children. This activity will help your child to both learn their name and gain a sense of identity whilst incorporating their creative mind and allowing them to decide for themselves how they…

Mother’s Day Down Under

This month we’re celebrating Mother’s Day, education week and family’s week.  Traditionally, we look at Mother’s Day to celebrate our own mother or mother-figure directly, but this day of recognition is more than that. So, this month we wanted to look beyond the traditional thinking of mothers and wanted to look at other mother figures…