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Fat is an important part of young children's diet, but which fats should children be eating? And which ones should be avoided? Nicole Weinstein finds out.

Mr Willow's mackerel fish cake to share, supplied by Valerie Grady, food scientist and founding director of Willow Cottage Nurseries in Oxfordshire

A Good Place to Be Two, the latest guide from Community Playthings, captures the world view of the two-year-old and shows how to create environments to support this age group, including 'a place for imagination'.

Children at two are not 'ready' for reading, says Sally Goddard Blythe. They don't have the physical equipment for learning formal skills.

'Shake up' or 'lost opportunity?' Opinions are divided on the Children and Families Bill and children with special educational needs, says Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole.

The Dame Vera Lynn Trust works in partnership with families to educate children with motor learning difficulties.

Help is at hand for those seeking to organise physically active play environments.

Supplied by Karl Finnerty, head chef at Chapel Street Nursery and Children's Centre in Luton

Early years settings in deprived areas of Bedfordshire are benefiting from a unique service offering training and support from a team of health professionals on good nutrition and oral health.

Drinking milk regularly can help combat obesity and Vitamin D deficiency, says Dr Hilary Jones GP, Breakfast TV health editor