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Schemas - patterns of repeated behaviour - are key to how young children learn and early years practitioners must respond to them, says Stella Louis.
Building on children's use of cues, practitioners can work with them to engender greater playfulness in their learning.
This extract from a new book, 'Play Is What I Do', explains the different aspects of young children's play and activities.
Movement play is vital to young children's cognitive development as well as physical skills, says Anne O'Connor
A study has measured the effects of music therapy on children's emotional well-being, reports Karen Faux.
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