An eBook written for educators and parents who guide, nurture, and inspire children in life, learning, and education. Explore The Nature of Nurture and discover the philosophy behind the brand new Nurture Series eBooks.
"Our Nurture Series is where we connect holistically with children. It is through relationships that children learn to connect with their innermost authentic selves to lead a life of meaning and purpose." Susan Wright Founder ~ Nurtured Inspirations
Seven Pillars The Well-Nurtured Children of As a way to support educators and parents along this journey, our Nurture Series unveils ‘The Seven Pillars of Well-Nurtured Children’. These pillars align with a holistic approach to guide and nurture children as they evolve through connected relationships, and grow in their understanding and love of themselves. It is where we nurture children’s well-being and guide them to find meaning, inspiration, and purpose in their own lives. Our Nurture Series invites us to listen and learn alongside children by honouring the experiences and contexts from which they come. We believe that in order to nurture calm in children we must nourish and develop ‘The Seven Pillars of Well- Nurtured Children’. As a way to understand and unpack all the layers of a whole human being, Nurturing the Seven Pillars of Children, will empower you to holistically support all of the complex elements of children’s growth and development. Our look into the pillars will highlight each foundational pillar, and how together, they make for a well-nourished and well-nurtured whole child. You will discover the impact a sense of calm has on children’s understanding of self, relationships, and ways of being in the world. You will uncover empowering ways to engage children in dialogue and reflection about connecting with calm. You will gather ideas for curating materials as you consider the importance of spaces in your environment as these relate to ways in which to nurture calm in children. Finally, you will learn affirmations to guide you, and the children you nurture, in your day-to-day interactions.