Choosing the right early learning service is just the first step of your early learning journey. While you’re busy helping your child transition from home life into care, it can be easy to lose track of all the essential items and resources they may need.

Busy Bees are here to help! They are delighted to be offering MoM members that chance to win a “getting ready for care” pack valued at $500, jam packed with the following goodies your child will need to support their early learning journey both at home and in care.

This generous prize pack consists of the following:

Why we LOVE Busy Bees?

At Busy Bees, their mission to give every child the best start in life. Their early learning services are a part of the national group, Busy Bees Early Learning Australia, and their innovative approach is based on the discovery and exploration of respectful relationships with children.

What is the Busy Bees philosophy?

The Busy Bees philosophy is to offer children uninterrupted time for play, plenty of freedom, a calm and relaxed environment, cooperative relationships, and their full attention.

Quality early learning does more than just prepare children to become eager school students – it builds resilience, vital social skills and independence.

 

Please note this competition is open from 15th July 2019 until 28th July 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. S. Kelly - VIC
  • What I am looking forward to the most is to watch my nephew flourish into the young smart man I see he can be. His potential he has would grow enormously with the help of these items and resources by his side.


  • The thrill of doing it on his own,
    A big boy already, soon he’ll be grown.
    Entering the world of make believe,
    With no worries about having to achieve.
    Getting dirty, it’s how he’ll learn,
    Making friends, taking turns.
    Most important is having fun,
    As soon it’ll all be done!


  • Expanding my circle of social contacts with kids my kid age so we can socialise easily together


  • I want my child to make new friends!


  • What forms the perfect recipe,
    Crafting an Early learning success story?
    Discovery of a new favourite book, animal or colour,
    In a place where educators give the same encouragement as mumma!
    Everyday a new exciting activity
    Ensuring my little one flourishes every day
    Into a more confident busy bee!


  • My 1yr old nephew, I adore; He loves to engage with everything, for sure! Early learning care, is a gift from the heart, a continuation in development, had from lifes start; To encourage, partake, watch him learn, love, grow; with a smile on his sweet face, is everything, you know?


  • Gaining independence and forming social connections!


  • it can help them get a early start on their eductation


  • Someone else answering the “Why” questions!


  • Seeing all the changes that turn her into the person she was born to be


  • Seeing the amazing changes that turn her into the person she’s destined to be.


  • Our little one is so, SO eager, to start learning, and I am looking forward to supporting her with that. She asks lots of questions, role-plays and talks about kindy a lot. I’m excited for her to have the opportunity for new learning experiences, and to see where her interests and strengths lie.


  • Life gets so busy then all of a sudden they are at kindy and don’t know their ABC’s, My first child was so clever as I could spend so much time with her but as I ended up with 4 kids I feel mum guilt about the lack of time I have been able to spend with the boys in comparison.


  • Focused, but incidental learning based on play. Interaction with other caring adults, mixing with other children Series of photos sent to my phone when a development stage is reached. or a fun activity is enjoyed…


  • I BELIEVE IN GETTING THE CHILDREN EDUCATIONAL TOYS TO PLAY WITH AS THEY CAN LEARN AND EXPERIMENT NOT EVEN THINKING IT IS EDUCATIONAL. THIS GIVES THEM AN I THINK AN ADVANTAGE IN LEARNING INSTEAD OF WATCHING TELEVISION AND MOST OF ALL THEY ENJOY SOLVING AND WORKING OUT PROBLEMS. LOVE EDUCATIONAL TOYS AND EQUIPMENT


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