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The creator of The Greenfield Method tells Hannah Crown how it is teaching children self-regulation and other life skills through the production of sound

In order to spot speech problems, practitioners need to know what children should be able to say for their age group, explain Penny Tassoni and Anne-Marie Tassoni

Baby room practitioners need to tune in to those in their care by understanding the babies’ non-verbal communication, as well as their own, explains Charlotte Goddard

Over the course of this monthly series on sharing books with children, Penny Tassoni will look at a range of fiction and non-fiction titles, from rhyming books for babies to picture books that adults and children can explore together.

Selective mutism and being a reluctant talker are different conditions, explain Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni, who offer advice to practitioners on what to do

The split between Prime and Specific areas is valid, provided practitioners understand how they inter-relate, says Jan Dubiel

How the early learning goals for Communication, Language and Literacy should be revised. By Professors Chris Pascal and Tony Bertram, and Kathryn Peckham

Planning a party, to mark an event for example, is a fun activity as well as a learning experience for children, writes Penny Tassoni

Parents and Children Together (PACT), a new parent-delivered teaching programme, has led to gains in children’s early language and reading skills. Kelly Burgoyne, Rachel Gardner, Helen Whiteley and Charles Hulme report on the project

How targeted intervention at one setting in Newark-on-Trent is bringing children struggling with speech, language and communication up to speed. Katy Morton reports