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How the tactile sense develops in young children, and its purpose in relation to physical and emotional health. By Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson

How are the financial difficulties facing some families affecting early years settings, and what are they doing to help, asks Meredith Jones Russell

CHIVES are grown for their pungent-smelling but mild-tasting leaves which can be chopped finely and mixed into a salad. They also have edible pink flowers that can make an attractive garnish.

Children born intersex or with differences of sex development are an often misunderstood subject. Caroline Vollans explores the issue and reveals how settings can offer support

Toxic stress in childhood occurs when children face severe, prolonged or repeated adverse events without the support of a caregiver to help them develop a normal stress response.

Growing your own tomatoes is simple, and just a few plants will reward you with plenty of delicious tomatoes in the summer. There are all sizes and types to try, from cherry to stripy to beefsteak.

Dr Ronny Cheung, author of International Comparisons of Health and Wellbeing, talks to Meredith Jones Russell about the UK’s health outcomes for babies and young children

Proprioception – our sense of our body in relation to the world – how it develops and what happens when problems arise. By Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson

How research among parents in East London led to a new way of providing SEND services. By Annette Rawstrone

Why does rough and tumble play benefit children and how can practitioners enable it in a positive and safe way? Meredith Jones Russell reports