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In practice, treasure baskets are a tried and tested resource that provide endless fascination for the babies who explore them, but their originator was strict about how they should be made and used. Here Nicole Weinstein asks early years settings to try out different versions.

Art and craft activities give children the opportunity to explore their creativity through sensory experiences. Early years practitioners try out the latest resources and give Nicole Weinstein their feedback.

Early years settings put resources designed to encourage scientific research and exploration to the test with young children and tell Sue Hubberstey about their conclusions.

Puppets come in all shapes and sizes and are indispensable in most settings. Early years professionals put their hands up and give their verdicts on the following selection to Sue Hubberstey.

Toys for the baby and toddler rooms are tried out by early years professionals who give their verdicts to Sue Hubberstey.

Early years practitioners assess the usefulness of educational software in their settings and report back to Sue Hubberstey.

Early years practitioners get to grips with the latest resources for children's emergent writing, letter recognition and fine motor skills and give Sue Hubberstey their verdicts.

Early maths resources must be inspiring and imaginative or they will lose the children's interest. Staff in early years settings check out a varied selection for Sue Hubberstey.

Miniature toys hold a timeless appeal for young children and there is a huge and varied range on the market suitable for group play. Early years settings check some out for Sue Hubberstey