Tummy Time Active Babies Smart Kids Free online series.

Tummy Time. Free Online Video.

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Enjoy this short preview of the first video “Tummy Time”in GymbaROO/KindyROO’s free online series on baby development.  The full video shares with you information on tummy time, why it’s so important to your baby’s brain and body development and includes some of the many fun and enjoyable ways to encourage tummy time and keep your babies happy on their fronts. You and your baby will love it! This episode concludes with an interview with paediatrician Dr Meredith Sheil, who provides specialist advice on why tummy time is so important to healthy development.

See the full free video here:  Active Babies Smart Kids: Tummy Time.

Our Active Babies Smart Kids Series has been adapted from GymbaROO’s baby programs. This series of online videos focuses on the importance of your baby’s first year, brain development and their prospective learning. The series shares with you ideas and information regarding what you as mum and dad or carers, can do as your bub’s first and most important teacher, to get your sweet bundles of joy off to their best start, all while having fun! ACCESS THE FULL FREE VIDEO SERIES HERE. (Aust and NZ only)

Active Babies Smart Kids Online Series: Testimonials.

As a GP I see many babies and families with young children. I frequently get asked about what activities parents can do as they spend time with their babies, and how they can help with their development. I refer them straight to the free BabyROO series as it is a fantastic resource, full of information and ideas and gives parents confidence in their parenting.
Dr Monica Larkin MBBS, FRACGP DRACOG

As both a doctor and a dad, I know exactly how a new dad feels when it comes to handling a tiny new baby. It can be quite daunting, especially with your first child. For many of us, this may be our first time ever even holding a little newborn, so it’s little wonder that many of us feel unsure what to do. I highly recommend the Active Babies Smart Kids online series. It’s free, and its a great resource for dads (and mums) to learn about babies and development. It provides great ideas and advice about how to help babies grow and develop through fun movement, music and play.
Dr Matthew Bayfield MBBS FRACS

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GymbaROO for Babies from Birth: 12 FREE Online BabyROO Videos

Our free online series is taking the parenting world by storm! It is highly recommended by doctors, paediatricians, early childhood experts and the Maternal Child and Family Health Nurses Association. This series is being called: “The essential guide for parents.” Join the thousands of parents already playing with their babies from birth, in the best way for brain and body development and laying crucial foundations for future learning. What happens in the first year, not only matters, it matters a lot!  Active Babies Smart Kids BabyROO series – Click here. (Australia and New Zealand only).

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