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A small outdoor area provides huge opportunities for play and learning at one pre-school that can draw on Forest School leadership. Michelle Shaw and Ruth Thompson describe how they created it.

'Finger foods' have important implications for a child's development that may be overlooked in today's lifestyles, as Karen Faux discovers.

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

Nicky's Nursery Rhymes at www.nurseryrhymes4u.com

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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.

- Touch and Tickle; Bounce and Jiggle; Wiggle and Move; Calm and Soothe

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.