Fathers play a far greater role in a toddler’s development than you may believe. Dr. David Popenoe once said, “Fathers are far more than just ‘second adults’ in the home”. You, as fathers, have a highly unique impact on your child’s future outcomes in education, social behaviour, and psychological wellbeing.
Spending quality time with them, teaching, caring and creating a safe space for them to learn, is what they need from you most during these first three years. Remember dads, quality time over quantity!
By being involved and supportive during this critical age of learning, paves the way for the rest of their life. If you’re involved and supportive, your child will grow up to be more confident and have better social connections with their peers so, make it count now!
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Writer Steven Kennedy joined us for this week’s webinar ‘Transitioning into fatherhood with confidence’. Read more
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22.05: Hamish Blake chats fathering and shares his personal stories on learning to be a dad. Read more
Join us on for an interactive webinar session with Olympic gold medallist and father Duncan Armstrong. Read more
24.04: Who’s at the Table chat's with cricket legend Brad Haddin about cricket, coaching and fathering. Read more
Useful tips on helping kids stay active during the school holidays and these times of social isolation, including a fun downloadable activity sheet. Read more