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To an infant, moving into group care from the familiar relationships of home can be like arriving in a foreign country. But a practitioner's thoughtful, personal interactions can bridge the gap, says Rod Parker-Rees
Offer the under-threes simple objects to manipulate and mark with and hone their skills, suggests Marie Richardson
Walking round the garden, Like a teddy bear, One step, Two steps, Tickly under there! It's really important to introduce rhymes and finger play to very young children. This simple...
Should you give your child a dummy? It's a seemingly simple question but a difficult one to answer. Only you can decide whether your child should have one, but it is worth weighing up the pros and cons.
Let children explore a new line of thinking through play with ribbons, laces and cords, as Alice Sharp suggests.
Children start to understand the world by exploring objects, writes Jools Page, Senior Early Childhood Consultant, Kent
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