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Physical doodles can nurture young children's learning and help them understand their bodies in creative and playful ways. The following extract from a new book offers guidance on getting started.
A Beach School is opening up a wealth of new learning experiences for children at one nursery in Bristol. Ruth Thomson finds out more Photographs At woodland house nursery, Bristol, by Marcus Way.
Communicating from the heart is crucial if we are to work in partnership with the parents of our babies and youngest children. Anita M Hughes and Veronica Read explain why it matters.
By Helen Moylett and Nancy Stewart (Early Excellence, £15.50)
In the first of a two-part series on pre-term babies, Anne O’Connor takes a look at new research that sheds a light on the extent to which early birth affects children in later life
In the third part of a series on the progress check, Sue Chambers looks at the importance of robust observation, assessment and planning to meet the needs of your children Photograph at LEYF's Noah’s Ark Nursery in east London, London by Justin Thomas
Young children's experimentation with movements is linked to what we later recognise as 'dance', say Anne O'Connor and Anna Daly, directors of Primed for Life Training Associates.
Adults need to know more about patterns themselves to help children develop their awareness. In this article Linda Pound focuses on the visual and mathematical aspects
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