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Jelly is an ideal medium for babies and young children to explore because it can be presented in various ways according to the amount of water used.

Go on a voyage of imagination with an appealing story book that lends itself to activities and learning across all areas of your early years setting, suggested by Helen Bromley.

The UK's first Cornish language pre-school has opened at Cornwall College.

Staff at Little Acorns Nursery in Urmston, Manchester, have transformed the outdoor provision for their under-twos. Nursery manager Paula Wilkinson explains how.

Practitioners caring for very young children are often unsure about whether to introduce babies to paint for sensory exploration.

Going on a fossil hunt showed children a new aspect of their local area and was a rich opportunity for exploring the outdoors, says Tessa Fenoughty.

Signing for the under-twos in a mixed inclusive centre is leading to advanced communication skills for all the children. Laura Marcus finds out about the benefits of a unique form of bilingualism.

How can practitioners sustain children's attention and involvement when they don't share a language? Michael Jones shows one way.

Children's interest in superheroes can be met by something other than violent, impossibly powerful action figures, says Helen Bromley