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Babies exhibit number-sensitivity almost from birth, but true numeracy develops a little later. Professor Annette Karmiloff-Smith explains how.
'Inclusion is a process of identifying, understanding and breaking down barriers to participation and belonging' - Early Childhood Forum, 2003
Disabled and able-bodied children are playing together happily with sensory equipment that's out of this world. Melanie Defries reports.
'Doctor, I hope you can help me, as I have no idea what to do - my child is constipated and hasn't been to the toilet properly for nearly two weeks.'
Childcarers can get a second, informed opinion when they're worried about a child, says Annette Rawstrone.
By Mary Dickins
The baby's discovery of the social world is described by Annette Karmiloff-Smith.
One city's effort to show that a little money spent now on troubled families saves a lot more in the future is explained by Laura Marcus.
Practitioners can support children from disrupted backgrounds who have been fostered or adopted with advice from Anne O' Connor, early years consultant and adoptive parent.
Reluctant eaters are learning through play to enjoy fruit and vegetables with a new early years programme. Karen Faux gets a taste.
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