PreSchool Games News
Monday May 3, 2010To celebrate its Surprise Gig bonus data offer, Virgin Mobile has announced the Surprise Gig Tour - a series of free, last-minute music gigs around Australia to be announced via its Members' Lounge Facebook page.
Thursday August 21, 2008There's plenty for kids to do safely online, writes Adam Turner.
Monday March 31, 2008JULIAN and Lexie Millgate stayed up past their bedtimes on Saturday to experience their first Earth Hour.
Friday August 26, 2005THERE wasn't enough Lego for the children of the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children's Preschool to build a tower as tall as 185-centimetre Olympian swimmer Justin Norris.
Saturday October 18, 2003A PARTY of preschoolers at Albion Park yesterday proved you don't need chocolate crackles and fairy bread to have a blast.
Sunday July 22, 2001AUSTRALIA'S chief arbiter on the classification of cinema, video and computer games has lashed out at the entertainment industry's ignorance of the harmful effects violence has on children.
Sunday August 27, 2000AS one of the Hunter's only indigenous runners in the Torch Relay, fleet-footed former football star Ashley Gordon will be carrying a lot more than the Games flame. ``Ash the Flash" acknowledges that he will also be carrying the pride, dreams and best wishes of the Aboriginal community.
Wednesday December 1, 1999Mt Kembla Minors preschoolers are a leading voice in the environmental movement - singing songs to save the planet. The preschool was one of nine environmentally friendly community groups recognised for its contribution to a cleaner, greener region in the Healthy Cities Illawarra awards last week
Friday November 12, 1999THE Seven Network will be allowed to drop children's programs during the Olympic Games but will make up for them at other times under an Australian Broadcasting Authority (ABA) plan. ``The planned extensive coverage by the Seven Network, coupled with time zone differences across the country, mea
Tuesday April 7, 1998It's a tough world here on the largest island in the Pacific. Too many students in classes; but not enough children in some schools. Too few computers, laptop or otherwise; too many computer games. Too many underachieving children; too little challenge for our bright children. Not enough money,
Saturday November 28, 1992For 12 years imagination has created the games played by patients at the Royal Children's Hospital. In a month this essential ingredient may be crushed by Government budget cuts. Six of the hospital's eight play specialists, whose job it is to calm children before and after operations, are to get