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New research shows that when used in the best way, teaching assistants can have a positive impact on children’s learning and their transition to school, as Marion Dowling explains

A project run by a nursery in the West Midlands with the University of Worcester is helping parents to support their children’s language development, explain Alison Prowle and Nicola Stobbs

How to encourage your children to partake in beneficial and enjoyable physical activities. By Penny Tassoni

Fortunately for those parents struggling to cope with their child’s behaviour, there are programmes to help, reports Annette Rawstrone

With ‘blended families’ on the increase, early years practitioners need to be in tune with the feelings of the children affected, and aware of their obligations to both parents, writes Annette Rawstrone

Far from being something to avoid for busy parents, cooking with children is a great way to spend time together, explains Penny Tassoni

Early intervention programmes are finding greater success by engaging both parents, rather than just mothers, as well as enrolling them before the birth of their child, discovers Annette Rawstrone

This activity is always a winner with young children, is easy to do at home, and is developmentally beneficial. By Penny Tassoni

How Emmi Pikler’s approach to care-giving for the under-threes can be incorporated into modern best practice at settings and at home. By Dorothy Marlen

‘Once upon a time there was a princess called Fiona…’ How one setting in Luton dealt with the death of an outstanding, much-loved practitioner. By Anni McTavish