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Supporting the maths development of two-year-olds is an important task, Judith Dancer explains
With more two-year-olds heading for a school-based setting, Julia Manning-Morton offers some starting points for effectively meeting this age group’s needs
Meeting the play needs of babies and toddlers helps them explore the world, writes Jean Evans.
Understanding both physical and psychological environments is key when creating areas for two-year-olds. Julia Manning-Morton explains how settings' management of this impacts on children's well-being.
It is essential to put strong processes in place to ensure quality provision for twos, says Vicky Hutchin.
Children often want their own small corners where they feel safe and secure. How best can settings cater for this need?
Anne O'Connor offers advice on creating a baby room that promotes physical activity, fosters exploration and supports rest in surroundings with familiar, special adults always at hand.
To create a communication rich environment for their charges, Norland Nursery staff studied their own communication patterns. By Clare Crowther
In promoting PSED, Norland Nursery chose to focus on the elements in isolation as well as how they weave together. Clare Crowther explains.
Children pass through different developmental stages in their style of block play. Anne O'Connor offers advice on making the most of this activity for two-year-olds.
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