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A fake crow inspired children at one setting to investigate real birds, nests and eggs, writes Annette Rawstrone

Nurseries and schools are building a love of reading with Lovemybooks, says co-founder Sue McGonigle

This activity is always a winner with young children, is easy to do at home, and is developmentally beneficial. By Penny Tassoni

Bath will be hosting the first International Festival of Childhood, promising thought-provoking talks and presentations on the latest global research on child health and wellbeing.

How one child’s interest in digging led to a whole setting getting involved. By Annette Rawstrone

Every outdoor fixture should work hard for its keep – including fences. By Julie Mountain

Professor Tina Bruce examines the theory behind Froebel’s Occupations, and Jane Dyke reveals how it is being put into practice at her settings

Keeping a pet or having an animal visit them is beneficial for children. Penny Tassoni offers some advice to settings

A ‘mini city’ is informing children about career choices and enhancing role play at one Sheffield school. Nicole Weinstein reports

A University of Salford dance student has co-created a theatre show aimed at helping children understand their emotions.