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Try a simple way for parents to help carers find out what they need to know about their child, says Sara Teiger.

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In the first of a new series on creative play with the under-threes, Alice Sharp offers satisfying ways to make music with children from birth to 12 months.

Teddy bear, teddy bear, By Judith Stevens

Early years practitioners learned to understand and promote the connection between movement and brain development in babies during a special council-funded project described by Ro Lynam, Juliet Roberts and Claire Saville.

Sharing a book creates a partnership between a young child and their carer that will promote their attention, social awareness and a habit of reading for pleasure. Anne O'Connor shows why. Photographs courtesy of Siren Films.

New mothers worried about the unexpected way they feel after the birth of a baby can be reassured by advice from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Slowly, slowly, very slowly, Creeps the garden snail. Slowly, slowly, very slowly, Up the wooden rail. Quickly, quickly, very quickly, Runs the little mouse. Quickly, quickly,...

Distressed babies may be unable to regulate their own reactions. Their condition is explored by child psychotherapist Robin Balbernie.