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Get the hang of a simple and inexpensive resource for babies you can make yourself, says Claire Stevenson.

Toddlers love going on everyday little trips. Nicole Weinstein looks at the best ways to get them around.

Early years music educators from MERYC UK share some ideas for music activities, instruments and songs for adults to enjoy with under-threes.

Exploring the outdoors develops young children's sense of space and movement. Nicole Weinstein looks at how to create the perfect outdoor space.

Books for very young children should have lots of pictures and novelty features, but minimal text. Ruth Thomson spells out what to look for.

With so many toys and resources available for children under three, Mary Evans suggests what to look out for when buying equipment.

As with the other age groups, the developmental needs and interests of the child provided the starting points for planning the room for two-year-olds.

Warwickshire local authority has showcased Enabling Environments for the under-threes in a bid to promote best practice. Ruth Thomson reports.

The provision of stimulating equipment and the input of caring adults are essential for the development of babies and toddlers. Penny Tassoni offers some tips on how to create a nurturing environment for the under-threes.

Children's interests and developmental needs, in particular schemas, were key starting points for planning continuous provision within the toddler room created by the Warwickshire team.