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Exploring the natural environment is a great way to educate children about becoming eco-friendly, discovers Nicole Weinstein in the latest in her series on supporting and resourcing learning for aspects of ‘Understanding the World’

One nursery is using STEM subjects to turn children into winning engineers. Annette Rawstrone reports

How one primary school in London has created a garden to get children interested in healthy eating. By Annette Rawstrone

Swedish science and outdoor education expert Professor Anders Szczepanski discusses the benefits of being outside with Annette Rawstrone

How to enjoy tree trunks and logs safely and creatively. By Julie Mountain

Going to the shop may be an everyday experience, but if planned correctly a group visit can be beneficial for children. Penny Tassoni explains what practitioners need to consider

The children at one setting were inspired to bring Julia Donaldson’s book to life, finds Annette Rawstrone

A space called The Tig, where children can move exuberantly in the presence of acrobats and dancers, is wowing participants in every city it tours to, writes Penny Greenland

A nursery in Wiltshire used a local garden in an old churchyard, and a visual artist, to put together a Making Memories project. Annette Rawstrone explains

Cooking with children is a great way to educate them about the science of food, finds Nicole Weinstein in the latest in her series on supporting and resourcing learning for ‘Understanding the World’