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Children as young as eight-months-old can distinguish between good and bad behaviour, and like to see 'bad guys' punished, according to a new study.

Parents of two-year-olds in England are being asked for their views on the development check, due to be introduced for children between two-and-a-half and three.

Nurseries, childminding groups and pre-schools are invited to register and get involved in I CAN's Chatterbox Challenge, running early next year.

One in three children in London are missing out on a vital part of their childhood development, because the time they spend in green spaces is limited to just six visits to a natural place a year.

Early years settings are responding to the Government's focus on 'school readiness' by building better links with schools and putting more emphasis on helping children to develop their independence skills.

Parents are reading to their children more, a new poll suggests.

Three charities that work with pre-school children and their families will receive 400,000 each through the Impetus-Sutton Early Years initiative.

Children's charities working with children with special educational needs and disabilities will share 6m a year to support children and their parents.

More children under five are visiting libraries to take part in children's events than four years ago, new research suggests.

August born children are more likely to struggle academically and be unhappy at school, according to new research.