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What are the developmental expectations for attention and listening in two- to three-year-olds and when should concerns be raised? By Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni

Children who spend some time in formal childcare are less likely to have behavioural problems than those that are cared for solely at home, according to new research.

Outdoors is the very best place for babies and toddlers to explore, learn how the body works and to develop its potential, explains Julie Mountain

Why movement is important for the youngest children and how settings can best provide opportunities to practise it. By Carol Archer

Supporting the physical development of children in their first year does not require specialist equipment, explains a new book by the Pre-school Learning Alliance

Exposing children to common harmless bugs, for example at nursery, could help prevent the most common type of childhood cancer.

Labour’s shadow health secretary has pledged to introduce an additional health check for babies, as part of the party's commitment to making Britain’s children the healthiest in the world.

Nappy changing is helped by routine, familiarity and a soothing environment. Nicole Weinstein offers some advice and resources

Feeding, dressing and nappy changing support learning and development, explains Penny Tassoni

Alice Skelton from the Rainbow Project at the Sussex Baby Lab, University of Sussex, is researching how babies see, think and learn about the world through colour