Online courses designed to help educators and parents prepare children for formal school learning.

Sounds good to me is an evidence-based training program designed by speech pathologists for educators to use with children 3-6 years old. Through this training, educators will acquire the skills and resources to implement a phonological awareness program. An online course for parents is also available.

User-friendly training and resources for educators

FREE webinar

School Readiness for parents: Things to Consider

Do you have a child or grandchild going to school next year? How can you be sure they’re ready for this big transition?

This week experienced early childhood educator and director of Nurruby Child Services, Catherine Morgan will be joining me to discuss school readiness.

Parents and early childhood educators consider a range of skills when deciding if a child is ready for school. It is not just about the child’s age. Parents should feel comfortable talking over their concerns with their child’s educators.

Join us to learn more about how to tell if a child is ready for school and what you can do to help them prepare. 

See you soon,


Anne Williams, Speech Pathologist and co-founder of Sounds good to me

Monday 6 December, 2021
12:30pm & 6:30pm AEDT

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Time for Rhyme

This month our Sounds good to me webinar is all about rhyming. Rhyming games and activities are fun and an important part of many early childhood programs. Children’s books use rhyme to create rhythm and interest. Recognising rhymes is an early phonological (sounds) awareness skill.

I will be discussing the importance of rhyming and giving you some new ideas about how to include rhyming in your everyday activities. The Sounds good to me programs for educators and parents include downloadable rhyming activities and games. I look forward to telling you more!

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Wednesday 17 November 2021
12:30pm & 6:30pm (AEDT)

Anne Williams, Speech Pathologist and co-founder of Sounds good to me

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Family day care providers – you asked, and we listened!

The Sounds good to me team is so pleased with the release of our new family day care program that we have created a free webinar just for you!

Please join Anne on Monday 15th November to learn all about phonological awareness, and the importance of teaching these skills to children before they start school. Phonological awareness refers to a range of vital pre-reading skills that can be taught in early childhood programs..

Anne will also show you our new family day care course. We look forward to you joining us!

Monday 15 November 2021
7:30pm (AEDT) 

Many children start school without the speech and language skills they need to learn to read

Using Sounds good to me, educators can encourage and teach speech and listening skills to children in the early childhood setting or at school.

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Real world learning

Activities to support children learn in the way they learn best, play!

Tailored to you

Resources for educators, children & parents, with real life demonstrations.

Supported learning

Online training to complete at your own pace with tips to help you get started

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All our courses are created by speech pathologists and align with the
Australian Early Years Framework.
Start promoting school readiness confidence with our fun and engaging activities. 



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Family Day Care


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One year membership. All inclusive

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