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Creating additional places for two-year-olds in some areas is proving more challenging than in others. James Hempsall describes how one centre has set up a mini-bus service to bring children in from areas where places are full.

When two-year-olds begin to show signs of greater independence, how and when adults intervene is crucially important, says Penny Tassoni.

A Good Place to Be Two, the latest guide from Community Playthings, captures the world view of the two-year-old and shows how to create environments to support this age group, including 'a place for imagination'.

Why buy activity centres and mobiles when you can create your own

Fill up on learning fun

Cinnamon shapes Give the children sheets of sandpaper of varying roughness. Invite them to make marks on the sandpaper using cinnamon sticks, and encourage them to smell their creations....

Make the most of children's interest in all kinds of animals

Creative activities to span all areas of learning

Rip, scrunch and pop your way to fun activities for early learning

Play with mirrors helps build baby and toddlers' self-awareness and satisfies their fascination with people's movements and expressions