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Local primary school children are contributing ideas to the multi-million-pound revamp of the V&A Museum of Childhood in plans to make it the ‘world’s most joyful museum for children’.

A new report reveals that while under-fives are increasingly using internet enabled devices, arts and crafts and visiting the library continue to be popular activities.

BookTrust has launched its third annual Time to Read campaign, giving away more than 700,000 books to four- and five-year-olds.

Outdoors is the very best place for babies and toddlers to explore, learn how the body works and to develop its potential, explains Julie Mountain

How one setting provides the opportunity for children to make transient art, and what they get out of it. Meredith Jones Russell reports

by Quentin Blake (Jonathan Cape 2010)

Children at St Thomas’ Nursery and Beach School have created a replica lifeboat out of rubbish found during their weekly beach-cleaning sessions at Lytham St Annes on the Fylde coast of Lancashire.

Nurseries, schools, bookshops, libraries and community groups will be hosting events across the country on 13 September to mark the birthday of children’s author Roald Dahl.

Children in London learned how to make bricks and much more while creating a community wall, writes Rosie Potter

From a beach hut to an underwater tableau, Julie Mountain reveals how to transform a disused playhouse into something useful and rewarding

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