Central Coast, Australia, June 24, 2017 – Children from the youngest age are given responsibilities in looking after farm animals in Little Miracles Child Care Centres’ Children’s Farms, which are having Grand Openings at Swansea and Toronto this coming Saturday, June 24 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
The Bateman Family, owners of Little Miracles Child Care for the last 14 years have long known the amazing benefits of young children having a relationship with animals.
“We believe nearly any child can be reading effectively well before school starts if they are just taught in the right manner”Rob Bateman
Anecdotal evidence is proving that actually caring for, and interacting with farm animals in real life encourages a toddler to want to read about them in books and understands how taking responsibility for something is.
Little Miracles’ Grand Opening of the Children’s Farms at Swansea and Toronto will showcase their unique way of bringing out the best in the young children under their care.
To celebrate the opening of their two new farms there will be face painting, pony rides and Early Education show bags for parents of young children.
Rob Bateman has owned and run early childhood development centers for over 14 years and is internationally recognized for having over 96 percent of his children reading effectively and school ready by the time they start school.
The website for the miracle farm day is miraclefarmday.com.au.
Rob can be contacted for further information on firstname.lastname@example.org or call his mobile on 0413868007.
Source: Steetsmart Marketing on behalf of Little Miracles Child Care Centres