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Phone (03) 467 6687 or 0800 505-909
Ultrasound Clinics at
With you from
Market Day in Wanaka
Friday 23, 9am to 6pm
Sat 24, 9am to 6pm
Sunday 25, 9am to 3pm
Yo u ng Refections from Invercargill,
and SolutionsNZ from Christchurch
join to showcase an awesome range for
books puzzles toys
and games from
babies to teenagers.
A great chance to do your Christmas shopping.
Many products are exclusive to us.
At 204 Brownston Street
(near Motor Camp, look out for balloons)
Looks 'n' Lace
50C Tarbert St, Centrepoint Mall
ALEXANDRA. Ph: 448 8288
Available also: Dimples, Le Bon,
Pure Baby, Merino Kids, Bobux
Joe O'Connell Drive, Frankton | T 03 450 9115 | E firstname.lastname@example.org
For children 6 mths to 3 years old
Build your babies water con dence in a warm, fun and
For bookings phone 450 9115 or email
Present this advert instore for 10% off any Sylvanian Family product
* Also, spend over $120 on the Sylvanian Families range and
receive a free Tee-Shirt
*while stocks last
Baby & Toddler Talk
Baby & Toddler Talk
A quality early childhood education (ECE) is
essential for a child's development. It can be
difficult to decipher what is best for your child
when it comes to starting their education. It is a
decision that must not be taken lightly as it
affects the child's mental growth and what
skills they acquire early on in life.
Parents need guidance when it comes to
deciding what is best for their child.
New Zealanders are fortunate to have a wide
range of ECE services available to them.
It is important to know what differences exist in
the services so you can make the right choice
for your child. It is also important to know what
options are available for your family in your
area. When choosing an ECE service in your
area, there are a number of factors to consider:
What your child requires
If you want to attend with your child
The number of hours per week
The service type that suits your family
How close it is to your home or work
Thr hours it stays open
If the service has a waiting list
The ages the service caters for
Your level of involvement
The amount fees cost
The services reputation.
After deciding which ECE service you want
your child to attend, it is advisable for you to
visit the service with your child to get an
insight into the service and see how your child
Lots For Tots
Most treasure troves are well kept secrets, but
step inside the doors of Lots For Tots' at their
two stores located both in Arrowtown and
Queenstown, and a veritable cache of finds'
can be discovered.
Lots for Tots' is a fun shop' which has a bit of
everything for sale with children in mind
From behind the welcoming entrance of each
of the stores, it's a children's wonderland,
selling a range of items from toys, including
many of those nostalgic toys' of a
grandparents era such as knuckle bones and
board games, through to clothing and baby
wear: there really is a massive selection that
will appeal for children from age 0 to 7 for
clothing, with games and toys that will be
enjoyed for ages beyond that.
Imagine the pleasure a visit to Lots for Tots'
will bring for young ones and even those older.
If ever there was a place where Santa could go
and which he could rely on to help him through
the all-important Christmas present
organisation and decision-making he has to do,
then Lots for Tots' in both Arrowtown and
Queenstown would be his first port of call.
Step inside this Toy and children wear
wonderland and an outstanding array of
Christmas presents destined to suit all budgets
and all ages lies before you. Today, the shops
are virtually bulging at the seams with this
year's stock opened and already set out on
shelves awaiting its new owners. From a
unique selection of stocking fillers, a huge
selection of sand pit toys, through to many new
and traditional toys and games, these are
displayed alongside an array of clothing and a
selection of furnishings to suit all interests and
ages ensuring something for everyone on the
present-buying list. A visit to Lots for Tots'
comes with personal service and friendly
welcome readily given to their customers. The
helpful and knowledgeable staff across both
stores, Fiona and Kylee (owners), Karen, Cindy,
Marie, Beryle and Vijay, is ready to assist
people with their selections and to help them
when they are challenged with finding that
perfect present for someone. They are all very
knowledgeable about what children may like,
especially when it comes to knowing what suits
a certain age group or what to buy for the child
who seems to have everything and are also
quite happy to work with you to match your
budget when helping to choose gifts.
However, with layby and gift vouchers these
are a great alternative for planning ahead and
also for Grandparents unsure about buying the
perfect gift for a young family member.
And an additional helpful service is offered by
Lots for Tots': this is their gift wrapping
service, so that your shopping can be brought
home without little eyes discovering what
goodies have been bought.
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