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Camera, action - shoot your own animated film for computer in the nursery. Marianne Sargent explains.

Most parents find that there are moments in their children's lives that seem particularly special. One of those must be the point when your child turns around and says 'Look, I can write my name now!'

The surprising delights of visiting an outdoor exhibition and creating art from the inspiration back at nursery are explored by Tessa Fenoughty.

Books for very young children should have lots of pictures and novelty features, but minimal text. Ruth Thomson spells out what to look for.

Raising plants indoors is a great way to anticipate what nature will be doing outdoors, as Kathy Swinburne at Busy Bears Children's Day Nursery, Co Durham, discovers.

The learning potential for children preparing food as well as eating it is explored by Judith Napier

Music for babies and toddlers, by Anna Corballis Fry

Everyone knows that learning to read is an essential skill, says Penny Tassoni.

Another dimension of storytelling is opened up with the use of a learning device described by Jean Evans.

Early years practitioners have a key role to play in helping children understand the nature and equality of the different languages and cultures in British society, says Anne O'Connor