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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
Can You Moo? by Tanya Roitman Can You Smile? by Simms Taback Do You Have a Tail? By Simms Taback Blue Apple Books, £4.99, to be published 30 November Can a dog moo? Can a pig...
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.
Tucking In! Just like me by Jess Stockham Child's Play (International), 4.99 each
A singing and signing programme devised by Suzanne Miell-Ingram and business partner Tracy Upton gets children communicating.
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