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An ITERS project transformed our setting with resources that benefit everyone, says Wendy Jones, manager of Rainbow (Bicester) Pre-School.

When deciding which resources to buy for shopping role play, choose products that children will instantly recognise, says Nicole Weinstein.

On this week's visit to the woodland, nettles and orchids, a snail shell and a puddle all caught the children's attention, says Caroline Watts, forest school leader, Reflections Nursery & Forest School, Worthing, West Sussex

A menagerie of pets is bringing joy and learning benefits to the children of St Edward's C of E School in Rochdale, says head teacher Lynne Coxell.

Anne O'Connor offers advice on creating a cloakroom space that avoids the jams which can occur when helping children get dressed to go out.

Sue Ball, of Setting Sail Day Nursery, Harrogate, describes the development of her Forest School and the benefits for the children.

Resources that support superhero play are abundant and they need not be expensive.

Children pass through different developmental stages in their style of block play. Anne O'Connor offers advice on making the most of this activity for two-year-olds.

The play and learning opportunities that one mud hole can provide are extensive. Julie Mountain describes the creativity and experimentation encouraged by playing dirty.

Ann Langston, who contributed to the development of Birth to Three Matters, explains its format, history and importance and tells us why it should be dusted down and put back on the shelf as recommended reading for practitioners as they get ready to implement the revised EYFS.