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One of the joys of helping to run a pre-school is seeing the children connect with the natural world, says Sue Cowley

Debate about the role of ICT in the early years is surely some of the most polarised around, as our head-to-head between Professor Annette Karmiloff-Smith and Dr Richard House shows (see pages 14-16).

On Friday 11 September, I was reminded of events 14 years ago when two planes crashed into the World Trade Centre in New York.

Contrary to the findings of previous American research, spending time in daycare does not lead to problem behaviours in young children, argue Eric Dearing and Henrik Daae Zachrisson

Outdoor nurseries past and present enshrine important principles of good practice,says Editor Liz Roberts

Children need to be allowed to 'stand and stare', says Cathy Nutbrown

Professor Cathy Nutbrown shows why, in the words of Comenius and Confucius, 'it is better to play than do nothing'.

Liz Roberts finds out why it's good to slow down and sing with babies

Sue Cowley asks what summer-born children need

We live in a risk-averse society, but without risk-taking children will not reach their potential, argues Michelle Wisbey

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