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A fun and fascinating way to extend young children's exploration of textiles is through felt-making. It needn't incur much cost and there's lots of online advice if you fancy having a go.

Reading and talking to young children at home helps prepare them for school, according to a new study.

A cross-party group of MPs has warned that the coalition Government's focus on phonics as the only way to teach children to read will lead to a decline in literacy.

The number of early learning goals in the EYFS will be radically reduced, in plans set out by the Government in its response to the Tickell review.

Booktrust has been forced to put three of its prizes on hold, including its Early Years Awards, due to cuts in Government funding.

The protest against Government plans to introduce a phonics reading test for six-year-olds is gaining force.

Around 690,000 children starting school this autumn will receive two free books through the Booktime initiative.

The London Mayor and singer Peter Andre have launched a new literacy project to support three-to-five-year-olds in the capital.

Julia Donaldson, the author of The Gruffalo, has been appointed the seventh Children's Laureate.

A Russian bilingual nursery school has won its two-year battle with the Department for Education and can now operate purely in Russian and still work within the Early Years Foundation Stage.