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Imagination is the only resource you'll need in abundance to enjoy activities inspired by this children's book, says Helen Bromley.
Go back in time for children to get a sense of themselves and to explore concepts with activities across the early years curriculum suggested by Sheila Ebbutt.
In the first of an occasional series, Claire Stevenson, Donna Luck and Veronica Lawrence look at learning resources designed for children under three and the powerful effects of imagery.
An early years project aiming to promote inclusion through the creative arts challenged everyone's thinking. Louise Jackson explains how.
Now's the time to go out on a leaf hunt and discover how many areas for learning they can lead you to. Try starting with these ideas from Carole Skinner, Fran Mosley and Sheila Ebbutt.
In any kind of setting you can provide a way for children to get close to nature while doing their part in its care. Mary Whiting shows how.
In the bag
Observation of children's interests as they play is at the heart of activities based on a favourite theme in both books and play materials set out by Diana Lawton.
What is meant by continuous provision, and what does it require of early years practitioners? Anne O'Connor explains the key elements.
A display can reach far beyond the wall it's on. Jean Evans hears how.
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