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Nursery children heeded the SOS message about rubbish and recycling. Ruth Thomson reports.

Nursery children boxed up their interests and experiences for an activity that also produced a captivating display, as Jean Evans hears.

The nursery was buzzing with activity sparked by the children's interest in castles, as Jean Evans hears.

Both the fear and the fun of the dark, and the effects of light, featured in a project observed by Jean Evans.

Share the benefits of block play with parents, as this nursery showed Jean Evans.

Staff observe and record children's individual discoveries with magnetic attraction, as Jean Evans hears.

Minibeasts got bigger when one nursery acquired some African snails, as manager Karen Crawford reports.

Displays with pictures, captions and objects are an ideal way for children to show their learning about spring, as Sheila Gardiner demonstrates.

Imagination and creativity went into the mix when Rainbow Nursery children made banners with Sarah Denham.

The possibilities are endless for activities using colour - Sheila Ebbutt offers a rich variety of them, focusing on both individual colours and mixtures.

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