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How one school improved the language skills of nursery and Reception children. Deputy head teacher Helen Lombard explains

Practitioners must understand how two-year-olds communicate through behaviour, and the important part played by adult role-modelling, explains Charlotte Goddard

Two- to three-year-olds’ expressive language is at a crucial stage. Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni explain what to expect and when you should be concerned

How one nursery in the West Midlands helped a Punjabi-speaking girl become a confident talker in English before moving on to school. By Annette Rawstrone

What are the developmental expectations for attention and listening in two- to three-year-olds and when should concerns be raised? By Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni

A speech and language therapy service is looking for early years settings to be part of a pilot training project involving virtual reality.

Understanding non-verbal communication will help practitioners get on with parents, finds Charlotte Goddard

As children grow, we expect them to achieve a range of early skills, and though many in our settings experience delays, it is possible to make a difference by preventing problems before they escalate. By Itkit

Stammering is common in young children, and early intervention is key to helping them. Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni explain the causes and explore some strategies

How language develops between birth and the age of two, from crying to using early words, and when you should be concerned. By Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni