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Infant school children are communicating, negotiating, planning and performing in sophisticated ways with their own junkyard orchestra, as Michael Jones reports.

The EYFS served as a guide for developing museum visits for under-fives visits. Ruth Gillan tells how.

Rain, sun and fog are elements children can have fun exploring with suggestions in part two of our weather feature by Nicole Weinstein.

The interests of children at one nursery came to life when a special visitor called. Nursery practitioner Lindsey Noble tells the tale.

Boys were encouraged to discover new ways to play, learn and practise independence outdoors in a project described by Julie Mountain.

An art project by a London children's centre aims to send reassurance to children in Japan. Lead artist Rosie Potter explains how it evolved.

The defining elements of active learning, the second characteristic of effective learning and teaching identified in the Early Years Foundation Stage review, are set out by Jan Dubiel, national development manager of training and resource centre Early Excellence.

Working in partnership with museum staff to create a Communication Museum has helped children become more confident and competent communicators, as reception class teacher Tessa Fenoughty explains.

Nothing beats being outdoors to experience weather but many resources can support learning about it, says Nicole Weinstein in the first of a two-part focus.

Ideas on how to use bicarbonate of soda and other basic cleaning products in sensory play are now available at www.dri-pak.co.uk/kidsfun.html.