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Parents may become as distressed as their baby who cries without apparent reason. Annette Rawstrone offers advice to share with them.
How to get children to eat fish? No problem, says Mary Whiting - go for tinned. It's tasty, quick, easy, highly nutritious and a huge bargain.
Thoughtful practitioners will identify what may be preventing children from doing their best, as Chris Dukes and Maggie Smith demonstrate.
All settings need to audit their safeguarding children policy, say Laura Henry and Catherine Rushforth.
Although it is usually not serious, this is a very contagious condition and childcarers need to take care to keep the uncomfortable infection from spreading, says Annette Rawstrone.
Children often find tomatoes sour, but Mary Whiting has some irresistibly tasty ideas for this nutritious fruit.
Mary Dickins is an early years consultant (All Together Consultancy/London Met. University)
Understanding the effects of Down's syndrome will help inclusive practice, says Annette Rawstrone.
Discussing shared experiences with a key carer is a valuable way for a child to build their speech skills, says Anne O'Connor
Staff in early years settings will have to take special care in food handling if a child is intolerant to gluten. Coeliac UK offers advice.
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