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A parent's ability to tell when their baby finds something boring or funny - their 'mind-mindedness' - is a strong predictor of their child's early development, says Professor Elizabeth Meins

Sir Al Aynsley-Green argues that our approach to early years comes at a huge economic cost to individuals and society

Nancy Stewart and Janet Moyles give a perspective from 40 years of TACTYC: Association for Professional Development in Early Years

For young children, friendships help them to blossom in nursery and can encourage them in their later transition to school

I CAN's speech and language expert Jon Gilmartin shares his tips for early years practitioners

Head teacher Kathryn Harper Quinn, a lead school ambassador for the Youth Sport Trust, explains how to get children hooked on movement for life.

Schools need to put someone in charge of overseeing playtime to ensure children are making the most of it, says Michael Follett

Are more four-year-olds really starting Reception without being toilet trained, asks Alison Featherbe, and where does the fault lie?

Introducing healthy well-being habits early on could be game-changing, says Jennie Johnson

From the 30 hours to Bold Beginnings to a new Baseline pilot, the DfE is consistently ignoring our sector’s concerns, says Sue Cowley

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