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Children at one setting have been finding out about the water cycle, including rain. By Annette Rawstrone

Emotional development and independence are just some of the benefits of washing activities for children, explains Penny Tassoni

A visit to a local garden centre with a fish pond led to children setting up their own fish tank back at the setting, Nicole Weinstein explains

Children’s favourite books can be used to encourage imaginative play outdoors, finds Julie Mountain

Children should be exposed to art and design activities at an early age. Penny Tassoni provides some pointers

How a nature walk turned into foraging for wild flowers and making a cordial. By Annette Rawstrone

Tips for encouraging children’s inquisitiveness, by Penny Tassoni

In this book extract, we discover how small-world play, using all types of resources, is an excellent way to engage young children with mathematical concepts and skills

A new project is involving children in Education for Sustainable Citizenship, explain Isabel Bleach and Annette Rawstrone

Even a small outdoor space can be turned into an enriching environment, explains Julie Mountain