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Why does rough and tumble play benefit children and how can practitioners enable it in a positive and safe way? Meredith Jones Russell reports

Understanding and responding to young children’s distress is vital to their future mental health, explains Debbie Brace

Supporting the learning of introverted children means first getting to know them and being sensitive to their needs, explains Nicola Stobbs

Reflect is an innovative approach to supporting children’s emotional development and resilience through working with pre-school practitioners. Zoe Stephens and Gill Holt explain the method and its outcomes

Correspondence from early editions of Nursery World shines a light on the evolution of attitudes about childcare in society.

The creator of The Greenfield Method tells Hannah Crown how it is teaching children self-regulation and other life skills through the production of sound

How an autism course helped Stacey Smith improve a girl’s behaviour. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Violent play is often disturbing, but if managed properly it can be a useful outlet for some children. By Charlotte Goddard

Politeness and manners are a concern for parents, but the meaning and intention behind ‘please’, ‘thank you’ and ‘sorry’ must be taught, not just the words themselves, says Caroline Vollans

How should practitioners deal with a child who is always angry and is making life difficult for everyone at the setting? Cath Hunter explores some strategies both for nursery and for home