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Action research might sound like the last thing that time-pressed practitioners will want to do, but it is a really useful tool to demonstrate the improving quality of your practice, finds Dr Kay Mathieson

An educational adventure along the Grand Union Canal in London saw children design, build and launch a narrow boat. By Rosie Potter

Nicole Weinstein discovers how to explore changes in materials scientifically, as part of our series on Understanding the World

Autumn leaves are an excellent found resource. Julie Mountain offers some ideas on making the most of them in your setting

From pottery to knitting, taking part in arts and crafts activities is easy thanks to the wealth of opportunities out there, writes Penny Tassoni

Are children too busy? Anne Purdon reflects on her year’s sabbatical in Albania and compares the free-time activity choices of third culture kids (TCKs) growing up in Albania with children in the UK

What the Movement Environment Rating Scale (MOVERS) for two- to six-year-olds provision aims to achieve. By its co-author, Carol Archer

Dandelion Education, Norfolk

How to plan a new use for an outdoor space. By Julie Mountain

What are the best ways to encourage children’s inherent interest in nature? Penny Tassoni offers some tips for autumn and beyond