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Design and technology sparks imagination and helps children begin to make sense of the world in which we live, says Nicole Weinstein.

In the second of a two-part series on developing fine motor control, Nicole Weinstein looks at resources for children aged three to five years.

Children should be provided with a large variety of shapes in a range of situations to stimulate learning. Nicole Weinstein suggests some ideas.

To tap into music's potential for cross-curricular learning, settings need a core collection of instruments that cater for all ages, says Nicole Weinstein.

Playing with toy farm animals and the resources that support their use broadens children's understanding of the world, says Nicole Weinstein.

Rain, sun and fog are elements children can have fun exploring with suggestions in part two of our weather feature by Nicole Weinstein.

Nothing beats being outdoors to experience weather but many resources can support learning about it, says Nicole Weinstein in the first of a two-part focus.

Wherever a setting is situated, woodland creatures should be close at hand, says Nicole Weinstein.

Don't stop at dolls, but supply all the equipment that babies need in an essential collection of role-play resources, says Nicole Weinstein.

Keep children's interests on the move with a varied collection of transport resources suited to their age group, says Nicole Weinstein.

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