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How to do duty

“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands- one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” — Audrey Hepburn
As a community organisation Kingston Toy Library can only operate with the many members who pitch in. Here at Kingston Toy Library we try to make as many different duty options […]

Children’s Week 2017

Montessori is an approach to supporting the full development of the human being. The Montessori approach offers a broad vision of education as an ‘aid to life’. – Montessori Australia
We are excited to announce that with the support of a Children’s week grant from City of Kingston we will be a holding an event […]

New Toys

We have recently added seven new toys which we were able to purchase with funds raised from the Christmas Toy Catalogs.

 

2 Plasma Cars

3 sets of Magnetic Tiles

2 OgoBild Pod Building Balls

Grant Success for 2017

We are very excited to announce that we have been successful in receiving a grant of $1000 from Mordialloc-Mentone Lions Club.

With this grant we will be able to try out a new activity for us, Pop up Stay &Play Toy Library at a playgroup. We will be announcing shortly the playgroup we will partner […]

How to stop toy pieces disappearing!

It happens to all of us. One Lego block is missing, or that single puzzle piece isn’t with the rest of the jigsaw. You know it will always be in the last place you look 😉

Here are some tips to reduce the risk of toy pieces getting lost.

 

Tip 1

If you’ve borrowed a fabulous toy […]

Toy cleaning tips

 

To keep our toys looking great, we ask that you give them a quick clean before returning to the library. It’s easy! Here are some tips to make them shine!

Tip 1

The simplest way to clean most toys is with baby wipes or antibacterial wipes. Why not keep a packet near the toys, just to […]

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